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DOPE is shared at the 2015 ABFF

That’s right, Dope was shared at the 2015 ABFF. But not puff, puff, pass, pass or snort or sniff, or even shoot up. It was ingested in cinematic form, that is. While I can’t review the film yet, I can say the stars came out and even had fun at the Old School party with D-Nice on the one’s and two’s.

Taraji P Henson with Jeff Friday and Butch Graves

Taraji P Henson with Jeff Friday and Butch Graves

Rick Famuyiwa 2015 ABFF

Rick Famuyiwa 2015 ABFF

Taraji P Henson with Jeff Friday and Butch Graves

Taraji P Henson with Jeff Friday and Butch Graves

 Rick Famuyiwa 2015 ABFF with Reggie Ponder

Rick Famuyiwa 2015 ABFF with Reggie Ponder

Quincy Brown @ABFF

Quincy Brown @ABFF

Quincy Brown @ABFF 2

Quincy Brown @ABFF 2

Kiersey Clemons at 2015 ABFF

Kiersey Clemons at 2015 ABFF

Kiersey Clemons with Reggie Ponder

Kiersey Clemons with Reggie Ponder

Jenifer Lewis @ 2015 ABFF & Reggie Ponder

Jenifer Lewis with Reggie Ponder

Jenifer Lewis @ ABFF

Jenifer Lewis @ ABFF

Chanel Iman @ 2015 ABFF

Chanel Iman @ 2015 ABFF

Bevy Smith @ ABFF 2015

Bevy Smith @ ABFF 2015

Allen Maldonado @ 2015 ABFF

Allen Maldonado @ 2015 ABFF

ABFF Growing The New Generation Of Filmmakers

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A Taste of ABFF – Join us this Year for the best ever!!

Ode To Dad

Ok, I want to create an “Ode To Dad” and need your help. I put it out there but the response wasn’t what I was looking for so I’m asking Omari Hardwick, Kevin Hart and Jeff Clanagan to help me make this a success.

Please add a verse. The only requirement is that you sue Ode to Dad in your verse. It doesn’t have to rhyme. Here is what I have so far

Ode To Dad

Ode to Dad, Ode to Dad, the only one I ever had
Not always there but don’t be fooled, on many issues I was schooled (me)

Ode to Dad, you were loved while you were here and you’re cherished now that you’re gone. (Marcus Wolfe)

Ode to dad, his name was Bill, but we called him “Dollar”, because whenever you were broke, you only had to holler. To the rescue he would come, not a question he would ask nor did he pass judgment, just came up with the cash. (Michele Tuck-Ponder)