Parker continues to help bring diverse storytelling to audiences everywhere in his latest endeavor at the Hip Hop Film Festival.  Showtime tells the fascinating story of two young men who are subway dancers in New York.  Shawn Antoine II wrote and directed the film, and Parker served as the Executive Producer.  Antoine, a 22-year old writer/director/producer from Harlem, New York is a former student at the Nate Parker Foundation.

The Hip Hop Film Festival provides a platform for content creators who were born in the Hip Hop Generation, that is, after 1960. The festival theme for 2019 is “Stories From the Culture.”

More on Showtime by Harlem Film House.