- United States
- Purple Tramble also known as "Purple Reels The Go Getter" is an Independent Filmmaker an alumni of Howard University where she studied Communications - [TV/Film Production]. Tramble is passionate about working with small businesses, bands, artists etc. by giving them a tool to market themselves through video promotion. She is also passionate about the progression of the modern filmmaker by providing them with new ideas to keep them ahead of the game. Tramble is an Activist and Advocate of Educating and Empowering the next generation by providing them with positive images that destroy racial stereotypes and sexist or demeaning behavior in regards to young women. Her mission is to provide hope to the hopeless, a voice to the voiceless, and support others on a mission to bring peace, spread love, and make a positive change. "Protect and effect the minds of the youth and save a nation." ~ Purple Reels ~
Sunday, December 4, 2011
Monday, June 6, 2011
A Purple Reels Production
A Purple Tramble Film
Silent film "THE PROPOSAL" A Purple Reels Production. A Purple Tramble Film.
"Julie is a school Teacher and Brian is an Engineer. They both love each other very much. After 5 years of dating Brian thinks it is time to propose to Julie. Julie, however doesn't believe that this is the best time to get married and continues to turn Brian down."
Lashan White as "Julie"
Prince Sefa-Boakye as "Brian"
Director/Writer/Producer: Purple Tramble
Editor: Purple Tramble
"The Proposal" (Instrumental)
Music Arrangement by Sharmaine "Purple" Tramble
Contact for Purple Reels Productions
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Saturday, April 23, 2011
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
IT IS FINALLY HERE!!!!!! I WILL FOLLOW in WASHINGTON, DC!!!
the theatrical release of I WILL FOLLOW in Washington, DC by the newly-formed African-American Film Festival Releasing Movement (AFFRM). I WILL FOLLOW, starring Salli Richardson-Whitfield, Omari Hardwick, Blair Underwood and Beverly Todd, opens via grassroots distribution in select cities. One of those theatres is the WestEnd Cinema, 2301 M Street Northwest on Friday, April 15, 2011. And, we need your help to make this historic endeavor a success!
What is AFFRM? Earlier this year, AFFRM was profiled in the attached New York Times as a game-changer in the indie film world. AFFRM is a powerful collective of the nation’s finest black film festival organizations which have all pledged to deliver quality African-American independent films to urban communities via simultaneous theatrical release. This means that on the same day in five cities nationwide, grassroots organizations including Urbanworld in New York, the Pan-African Film Festival in Los Angeles and BronzeLens in Atlanta, stood together and mounted a national film release - just as Hollywood studios have done for over a century. Won’t you help us with this groundbreaking, grassroots mission?
5 WAYS TO HELP!1) FIRST WEEKEND!
Join black film lovers in Washington, DC as we stand together and revolutionize black film distribution. Simply attend I WILL FOLLOW’s screenings at WestEnd Cinema starting on Friday, April 15! Make it a point to support this release via the African-American Film Festival Releasing Movement (AFFRM), a grassroots collective fostering and furthering black indie film. Success for I WILL FOLLOW in April means AFFRM can release another quality black film independently later in the year! We don’t need Hollywood studios to give us permission to release our films theatrically! We can do it ourselves!
2) GET YOUR GROUP ON!
Organize a group to see the film at a specific showtime! Gather your family, a group of friends, your church ministry, your fraternity/sorority or your co-workers together to see I WILL FOLLOW opening weekend starting Friday, April 15 at WestEnd Cinema! Change cinema while bonding with loved ones!
4) BE A DIGITIAL SOCIALITE!
Join our Social Media Team and post images, videos, status updates and tweets on your personal blog, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, MySpace, YouTube and Flickr pages! We need you!
5) BE OUR GUIDE!
Are you skilled in a certain area that might help us on this mission? What is your talent? Do have connections to marketing or promotional opportunities that might help the cause? Do you know a printer who will lend some copies? Do you have a friend with the sick email blast list? Is there a place in your neighborhood that will run the trailer in their store? Are you great at graphic design? Tell us your talent, your connections, your interest. We welcome your ideas and advice!
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Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Sunday, March 20, 2011
SAYING THEIR NAMES,
TELLING THEIR STORIES
Please join us at Walter C. Pierce Community Park
SATURDAY, APRIL 16
11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
to speak the names and tell the stories of 8,428 people buried in the African American and Quaker cemeteries in Adams Morgan.
Mark the 149th Anniversary of District Emancipation ~ Mark the 163rd Anniversary of the attempted escape of 77 enslaved men, women and children on the schooner Pearl ~ Join the Walter Pierce Park Archaeology Project team for refreshments and discussion afterward ~ No RSVP needed, and all are welcome!
Walter Pierce Park is located just east of Rock Creek and the Duke Ellington Bridge, between Calvert Street and Adams Mill Road. The 90, 92, 93 and L2 and Adams Morgan Circulator buses stop nearby, or take the Metro Red Line to the Adams Morgan station.
THEIR HISTORY/OUR HISTORY!
Friday, March 18, 2011
"The Revolution Will Be Televised" is a short documentary written, directed and produced by Purple Tramble of Purple Reels Productions. The documentary depicts the thoughts of two generations on the 2008 election of Barack Obama. It starts off with a question of why many leaders in the black community are often killed off before they make any substantial progress. It captures thoughts on election day before the results and goes deeper into the minds of black professionals after the President-elect Barack Obama is announced. They predict how this election will bring change to Black America and the world.
Sunday, March 6, 2011
PURPLE REELS PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS...
"IN CELEBRATION OF CARMEN JONES"
with commentary by Purple Tramble