E360tv Announces Latest Short Film Releases – “Abhita and Right-Hand Man”, Drama

Short Films, “Right Hand Man” and “Abhita” Debut on e360tv

Two short films that highlight two current issues, bullying and gun violence, on the e360tv streaming network.

IRVINE, California, USA, Sept. 26, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — e360tv, a newly emerging online streaming platform, and 4 Feet Off The Ground, LLC, announce the release of two award-winning Right-Hand Man shorts , on Wednesday, October 5, 2022, and Abhita is set to release on Wednesday, October 12, 2022, both at 6:00 PM PST, 9:00 PM EST. Both shorts are produced and directed by Lacey G Souldier Turner on e360tv.

Aaron Heimes, president of e360tv, remarked on the timing and gravity of the films’ subjects. “Gun violence and bullying are two topics that come and go in the mainstream media, but they are persistent issues facing young people. These two films give viewers pause to look at the two issues from a different perspective and how they affect the African American community.

The man on the right
Sean witnesses a disturbing phone call between his fiancé, “Free”, and his best friend, “Derion”. Sean calls his friend “Boosta” to make sense of what’s going on. While trying to drown his sorrows in alcohol, Sean arrives at a convenience store where he spots his fiancé and his best friend in the store shopping together. Sean becomes furious and goes home to get drunk while planning revenge and looking for his gun. When her fiancé comes home after a few hours, he confronts her with his findings. Sean makes a decision that will forever impact the lives of the three people involved.

Abhita is a tall, obese, 13-year-old African-American girl. Intelligent and charming, she lives with her mother and her grandmother.
On the surface, everything seems fine, but Abhita is bullied at school by four girls. The only friend she has is a thirteen-year-old European boy. Abhita, scrolling through many Facebook comments and reading negative things about her, makes a decision that will change her life.

About e360tv
e360tv sees the emergence of a progressive and alternative community that is inseparable from the general public and that seeks content that they can relate to and make them feel like part of a like-minded “tribe”. With this in mind, e360tv has fused compelling content, revolutionary OTT technology and live streaming to create e360tv. e360tv is a platform for independent content creators. Our mission is to give independent creators a bigger stage at no or minimal cost to support their mission to create better and more extensive content.

About 4 feet off the ground
4Feet Off The Ground Productions is a full-service production company based in St. Louis that provides top-notch creative and technical services for commercials, music and films nationally and globally. The 4Feet Off The Ground production team transforms your artistic vision into reality with all the visual, sound, practical or technical elements necessary for a complete production. Founded in 2016 by Lacey Turner (AKA G Souldier), the company is making a name for itself in the film and music industry with productions that set it apart, driven by its mission to inspire, motivate and help produce quality content. 4 Feet Off the Ground is best known for writing and producing the critically acclaimed drama series “The Lou.” Lacey Turner (AKA G Souldier) has been selected for several film festivals, such as the St. Louis International Film Festival and the Science Fiction and Horror Film Festival, in which he won the award for best film. Lacey Turner (AKA G Souldier) is also a popular podcaster and journalist for online media platforms “The Narrative Matters” and “St. Louis Argos.”

Both shorts can be viewed for free on e360tv,
Right arm and Abhita.

Both shorts are produced, written and directed by Lacey (G Souldier) Turner.

For more information about the director and his previous works, please see the following links:
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