Los Angeles, California (September 10, 2012) As the Summer has come to a close, the Fall season returns, and with it brings the College Sports Season, Back to School, and all the trappings that come with Autumn, from weather to romance. This Fall, Tri Destined Studios welcomes the Season of Love with the romantic sports film “Note to Self”, presented along with Image Entertainment, One Village Ent., and Swirl Films on October 2, 2012.
In the vein of “Love and Basketball” meets “Good Will Hunting”, “Note to Self” follows a handsome and popular student athlete coming of age during his senior year of college, as his world begins to fall apart due to his mom’s failing health and the reappearance of his father after 16 years. Curtis confides in a therapist whom he interns for, about the things he is going through, who recommends that Curtis start writing it all down in his journal so he can explore his thoughts and feelings ala a note to self. While struggling with his issues, Curtis is caught in a love triangle between his “friend with benefits” and a student nurse who happens to be a full time pessimist on the subject of love and men. Curtis inevitably learns in this journey of self-realization that he must release his mother, regain his father, find true love, graduate, and finally understand his note to self.
CHRISTIAN KEYES and LETOYA LUCKETT
“Note to Self” is written by and stars Christian Keyes (Tyler Perry's Madea Goes to Jail, BET’s Let’s Stay Together), alongside LeToya Luckett (Grammy Recording Artist, Preacher’s Kid), Richard T. Jones (Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married), Brian McKnight (Platinum Recording Artist) Eva Marcille (America’s Top Model), Clifton Powell (Ray), Valarie Pettiford (Jumping the Broom), Jason Weaver (Drumline, The Lion King) Brely Evans (Sparkle).
RICHARD T. JONES
The “Note to Self” production team includes Director: Trey Haley; Producers: ND Brown, Eric Tomosunas, Veronica Nichols, Keith Neal; Executive Producers: Christian Keyes, Brett Dismuke; Co-Producers: Jeff Lam; Associate Producers: Gregory Anderson, Reginald Jones; Production Companies: Tri Destined Studios, Swirl Films; Distributor: Image Entertainment, One Village Entertainment. “Note To Self” Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6j5N0sMdKI “Note to Self” will be available in stores on October 2, 2012 on DVD.
It’s been a banner year for Tri Destined Studios (www.tridestined.com) and its executives with a bevy of projects including “He’s Mine Not Yours” and “Lord All Men Can’t Be Dogs” which both premiered on BET; “She’s Still Not Our Sister”, GMC’s hit four-part gospel play series Executive Produced by Tri Destined CEO, ND Brown and Eric Tomosunas; and the upcoming faith based comedy “We are Family”. Further expanding the Studio’s capabilities, Tri Destined made a foray into casting four filmed plays of critically acclaimed playwright and director, David E. Talbert (First Sunday) for Image Entertainment.