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ACTRESS/ PRODUCER AND DIRECTOR, TANGI MILLER'S LATEST PROJECT "LAST NIGHT A DJ SAVED MY LIFE" STARRING CISCO REYES AND JASMINE BURKE AND CO-STARRING OMAR GOODING AND GRAMMY NOMINATED ACTRESS/ SONGSTRESS ANGIE STONE IS SET FOR L.A. PREMIERE AT THE PAN AFRICAN FILM FESTIVAL FEBRUARY 9, 2019
Los Angeles, CA (BlackNews.com) -- Award-winning actress, producer and director Tangi Miller's latest film, "Last Night a DJ Saved My Life" will premiere at the Pan African Film Festival on February 9, 2019 at 8:30 p.m., located at the Cinemark, Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza, 4020 Marlton Avenue, Los Angeles, CA. Additional screening dates include, February 11, 2019 at, 3:30 p.m. and February 12, 2019 at 6:00 p.m.
Miller takes on double duty as actress and producer of the film, collaborating with, writers James Flournoy, George Mcdonald, producer Frank P. Williams and Director Damon Jamal in this romantic dramedy about the highs and lows of a DJ named Tony Sinclair.
The film is set in Atlanta with the character Sinclair who is down on his luck and ends up at the top radio station. He's on air when a female caller asks him for relationship advice. The next caller happens to be his longtime girlfriend, who breaks up with him, on air, in the middle of his show, embarrassing him across all of Atlanta. What's to follow is a refreshing new spin on the simple truths about love and relationships.
Miller who plays the character of Cheryl, co-stars with up and coming actors Travis Cure, Courtney Gray, twins: Jeremi and Justin Farrar and actress Jae'. Miller is no stranger to multitasking. She has founded two production companies, Olivia Entertainment in Los Angeles and Hollywood East, in Atlanta. She has been a longtime advocate for putting positive stories about women and relationships on screen. Her recent mini-series "Diva Diaries", which she also directed is currently airing the UMC, (Urban Movie Channel), owned by former BET founder Robert Johnson.