​Executive Producer, Producer, Writer, Director

Arlette Thomas-Fletcher is an award winning independent filmmaker. Arlette has focused her directing career on short films and is now interested in feature films. The short films and music videos she has written, directed and produced have all won awards. Her credits include “Assault In Brooklyn” , “The Mystery Date” , “You’re Not Alone” , “God Has My Back”, and “Like A Star”.  Her works have been featured at the Baltimore Women’s Film Festival, Attic Film Festival, Torpedo Factory Art Center Female Shorts & Film and Video Showcase, The Phoenix International Christian Film Festival, and World Music Independent Film Festival. She has won the Communicator Award, Indie Film Fest Award, Accolade Award of merit for scriptwriting. Her music video “You’re Not Alone” was nominated for Honors at the World Music Independent Film Festival, the music video “You’re Not Alone” was also nominated for Best Music Video at the Attic Film Festival.  She is a Silver Telly Award winner. Her other music videos include “Lord Show Me the Way,” “Dynamite”,”Caramel”,”Let Me Go”, and “If You Want to Hit It.” She has won a Peer Award for scriptwriting for her film “Assault in Brooklyn” from (TIVA-DC) Television, Internet, And Video Association. Arlette's latest projects consist of her pilot film “Where’s Daddy” and the production of a documentary called “The Remodel Zone”. “The Lonesome Trail” will be her first debut as director for a feature-length film.​ She is currently an Associate Producer on the film Drug Affected with Writer,Director, Producer Jamel Wade.


Director of Photography, On-Set Special Effects Supervisor, Production Designer

Craig Herron owner of Herron Designs is a visual effects artist with 20 years experience working on independent features, shorts, music videos and commercials. Craig has produced, directed and animated two multi award winning shorts; A Fall From The Clouds, and Freedom Dance (with Steven Fischer) and is working on a third, Bermuda Triangle - A Love Story written and produced by Barbara Herron. In 2012 and 2013 Herron Designs worked on two feature films; Together Forever featuring many visual effects shots, and Day of the Gun as the production designer and visual effects artist. Day of the Gun, which is still in theaters now. He designed some of the most complex effects Herron Designs has ever done including the arrival of a steam train in the Town of Singletree, Montana in 1895. ​


​1st Assistant Director

Is a man that is not afraid to get his hands dirty and is willing to pitch in where ever necessary. He has worked in various areas of filmmaking as a Production Assistant, Grip, Script Supervisor, and  Craft services. Recently he got his feet wet as a Assistant Directing for the film Where's Daddy? Ken has worked on music videos and short films and his credits include: Let Me Go, Lord Show Me The Way, If You Want To Hit It and many others. He has also worked on short films such as The Mystery Date and  Blessing In The Storm.



​2nd Assistant Director and Sound Manager

After earning a master’s degree in Materials Engineering and being employed as an engineer for over ten years, Bradley Klotz’s fascination with filmmaking led him to the Sheffield Institute for the Recording Arts in Phoenix, MD, where he completed the Videoworks program in 2012. Since his graduation from Sheffield, Bradley has worked on a variety of productions, including the indie Western film ‘Day of the Gun’, where he performed a number of duties, including visual effects assistant, grip, set painter and carpenter, boom operator, and sound assistant. He also appears in the film as the engineer of a CGI steam train. In addition, Bradley has worked as a PA/grip on several music videos for hip-hop artist Joel Thomas, including “If You Want to Hit It” and “Blessing in the Storm”, and has also assisted in the production of the web series ‘Milgram and the Fastwalkers’ and the feature film ‘Tall Grass’.

Associate Producer

Romell Foster-Owens is an Emmy Award winning Producer, and award winning filmmaker and has been in the business of Writing, Producing and Directing television series, Commercials, documentaries, short films and independent feature films for more than 25 years. Foster-Owens is a proud graduate of the prestigious American Film Institute (Directing), San Diego State University (Theatre) and is an Alumnus of the Producers Guild of America’s Diversity Workshop and Robert De Niro’s, Tribeca All Access Program.

Ms. Foster-Owens has the rare distinction of three films that she produced being “Official Selections” of the prestigious Cannes Film Festival. Other festivals include Sedona, Palm Beach, Pan African International Film Festival, Dances With Films and Milan International. Festival wins include Best Picture - Madrid International Film Festival, Programmers Best Short Award – Cleveland International Film Festival and Best Film – Connect Film Festival.

Ms. Foster-Owens’ numerous awards, include an Emmy Award, NAACP Image Award, the Black Filmmaker’s Hall of Fame Award for Best Independent Film, the National Council of Christians and Jews Humanitarian Award and the Platinum Aurora Award for Best In Show. She has won three Gold Aurora Awards, four Telly Awards and four Addy Awards. Romell recently received the Women In Film Spotlight Award for Outstanding Achievement as a Producer.

Ms. Foster-Owens has produced over 200 hours of television, which includes the Emmy Award winning series, TEEN SCENE.

Ms. Foster-Owens is a member of the Alliance Of Women Directors, Women In Film, is a Board Member of the Gang Alternatives Program and a Board Member Emeritus of The American Film Institute’s Center for Advance Film Studies and is the President of Jowharah Films.