It’s official…Makeup x Breakup series joins the BET family for season 3. Stay tuned for updates.
HBCU Night is a multifaceted event that celebrates African American Heritage and the culture of HBCUs by promoting solidarity amongst Historically Black Colleges & Universities, the essence of Black Excellence and world solidarity.
Join Karmia Berry, actress and founder / executive director of I AM C.U.L.T.U.R.E.D. as she shares her love for her alma mater, Hampton University and the value and richness of all HBCU’s.
visit www.hbcunight.com for tickets and more information.
Makeup x Breakup series is an official selection of the Black Film Festival of New Orleans. The festival runs from December 19th-23rd. Visit www.pbesoul.com for more
Karmia Berry stars in Rock Davis’ reenactment documentary, “What About Us.” Coming soon with Jolly Swag, Tashan Muldrow, and Guyviaud Joseph.
There’s more than one way to Shine. At He Loves Me 2018, you will hear from a panel of women who are using their passion and gifts to Shine in unique ways. Their stories will remind you that no two Grace Girls were created to Shine the same - and inspire you to light up the city using the talents God gave you. Register online and meet Karmia Berry at First Baptist Church of Glenarden (Maryland) to hear her story. www.fbcggracegirls.com
#GraceGirls #HeLovesMe2018 #Shine
“I am grateful and humbled for such recognition, being inducted into my dear alma mater, Hampton University Forty Under 40 Society. A huge congratulations to all the honorees for their contributions in their respective fields!” -Karmia Berry
Two sold out theatre equals a great evening at the Newark International Film Festival for the Opening Night Feature Film, “The Stuff,” written by Mr. Funny Man, Rob Stapleton. Directed by, Joseph C. Grant Jr.
Supporting the creation of innovative, artistic, cinematic works from both emerging and seasoned filmmakers and actors of color.
Join us and witness how travel with @iamculturedinc is making a difference in the lives of our youth, globally transforming their learning experiences.
A night of culture and appreciation with special guest:
Host- Tiffany Withers
Presenter- Gia Peppers
Award Recipient- Tracey Coleman
Keynote Speaker- Elton Anderson
with cultural performances by Asase Yaa and music by Dj Kaos
visit www.iamcultured.org for ticket information
#partywithapurpose #givethegiftoftravel #iamculturedinc
The three time award winning web series, Makeup X Breakup will screen during the Philadelphia Independent Film Awards, May 16- 20th. Visit www.philadelphiaindependentfilmawards.com for more information
Kicks 4 The City is a nonprofit community service organization focused on providing shoes for those experiencing homelessness. Karmia shares the mission of her nonprofit, I AM C.U.L.T.U.R.E.D. and why she believes it is so rewarding and important to give back. Visit @kt4c www.kicks4thecity.org / @iamculturedinc www.iamcultured.org for more. Kicks 4 The City shoe drive runs November 1-17.
Season 1 ended with over 100,000 views following the makeup and breakup love drama. After taking the Spring and Summer season to hit the festival scene, Makeup x Breakup returns this fall with all new episodes.
Comedian Rob Stapleton (pictured below) takes his comedy material to the big screen with a cast full of familiar faces. "The Stuff." Directed by Joseph C. Grant Jr.
Nominated for Best Web Series, Makeup x Breakup is an official selection of the International Black Film Festival. Visit www.ibffnashville.com for festival details!
Martha's Vineyard African - American Film Festival August 7-12
Nominated for Best Webisode. Visit www.bronzelens.com for more.
Visit www.hiphopfilmfestival.org for more!
Saturday, April 8th, join the Makeup x Breakup crew at The National Black Theater for Black Web Fest. Tickets, screening time and all festival info are available on www.BlackWebFest.com