Marvin Williams, President/Founder of Big M Entertainment and The Coffee Clutch Duo, Pamela Brooks and Penny Scott, have recently agreed to collaborate on and develop select film projects.
“We’re really excited to join forces with Marvin Williams. It’s great to be working with such an innovative producer and writer. He’s definitely got his hand on the pulse of today‘s generation. This multi-talented entrepreneur is exactly what we need to enhance our future endeavors. With Marvin now joining our writing team, this unity has become magical. There‘s no room for competition and bigheads. Our goal is to create ideas that explode into phenomenal, character-driven screenplays, as we journey down roads that venture into comedy, drama, inspirational and horror, just to name a few. Now as a zealous team of energetic writers, producers and directors, we will diligently seek to satisfy the ever-changing, diverse audience,” says Brooks and Scott.
“I’m excited to enter into collaboration with these talented writers. From inception, the brainstorming process allows the birth of fresh ideas. Together, we nurture and develop them into extraordinary, character-driven storylines. That’s what I love about working with the coffee clutch duo,” says Marvin Williams.
Pamela Brooks - a native to Chicago, is an emerging entrepreneur. As a Talent Manager, she soared! Pamela developed and nurtured her first breakout star,“Daniel E. Smith,” who portrayed the son of Denzel Washington in the controversial movie, John Q. Later, she composed thought-provoking Press Releases. As an accomplished Ghostwriter, this multitalented scribe also has a master’s degree in Clinical Social Work. This former court-appointed Family Advocate has also written her first self-help therapeutic guide, Living Above the Circumstances: which will be published June 2012. This colorful background sets the platform for her edgy, urban tales and sensitive, yet controversial spiritual storylines. Now spearheading her own projects, as an author, producer, writer and director, Pamela is elated about the new collaboration with Mr. Marvin Williams.
Penny Scott - is a California native that’s also a widely recognized editor for various books by the following authors Linda Hodge and Theresa Kirk. The award-winning parenting magazine editor now-turned screenwriter has a knack for writing gritty, provocative tales, as well as inspirational, poignant musicals. As a Publicist, Penny creates innovative marketing pieces for entertainers such as All-4-One, Wayne Brady, Brenda Jefferson and Keesha Scott-Hogan. With a bachelor’s degree in Honor’s English, this storyteller is ecstatic about teaming up with Marvin Williams on several projects.
About The Coffee Clutch Duo
Not your ordinary “coffee clutch duo,” Pamela and Penny are storytellers teaming up with Marvin Williams of Big M Entertainment. Together, they plan to weave golden tales into character-driven projects. Drawing from their mixed journeys, this team will write scripts of various genres. They will incorporate worldviews to create seedy dramas, controversial, inspirational, horror and comedic works that seek to capture the pulse of America’s audience. They look forward to the longevity of their team’s efforts, by bridging talent, trust and individuals that are consistently birthing forth new ideas!
About Big M Entertainment, Inc.
Big M Entertainment (bigmentertainment.com), an independent production company, has sub-contracted and produced motion graphics related projects for music artists signed to Interscope Records, Universal Music Group and Disney Music. In addition the company has also paired with producers from Sony Screen Gems and production staff from Nickelodeon on independent film projects and pilot presentations.
All statements provided herein are considered “forward looking statements” and any future events that may impact projects in collaborative production from either or both companies are unexpected and/or unintentional. Any information released regarding any projects in pre-production is subject to change without notice to both the media and public.
Contact Angela Raglin - P: 818-939-5147.