Monday, September 14, 2020

New Black Film Streaming on Amazon Prime and Tubi

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Nationwide  The Shoe Lady Productions' latest film Chocolate Kiss, which is co-produced by Chosen One Productions and Scattered Envisions, is now streaming nationally on Amazon Prime Video. The film premiered February at the Bel Air Theater in Detroit pre-pandemic to five sold-out theaters in one night. The independent production was exclusively filmed and produced in Detroit with local actors. The musical score and soundtrack also features local indie musicians and songwriters like Mojo D, Johnyce and BC Keez.

Chocolate Kiss is a romantic movie about Ashley Valentine losing her first love and learning to love again. After heartbreak, women often throw themselves into their jobs and careers but will Ashley allow herself to give and receive love one more time? With the current uneasiness in the nation, it is the perfect time for a loving feel-good movie. This beautiful love story captures the essence of loss, belonging, passion, and the possibilities of true love.

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The independent film showcases Detroit’s best theatrical and film production talent. Chocolate Kiss was co-written by Tonja Ayers, Richard Bass, and Mike Jeffers. The writers, armed with past successes, have come together to create a film that will resonate with its audience.

Chocolate Kiss is the third release by The Shoe Lady Productions whose first film Stay in Your Place premiered to multiple sold-out theaters as well and whose second film TEN was nominated and selected for multiple film festivals nationally and internationally. Chocolate Kiss will soon be streaming on multiple digital platforms.

The talented cast includes Kristin Clarke who landed her first role on Comedy Central’s Detroiters in 2017, followed by her role in the feature film First Lady in 2018, Deceitful Passions in 2019, and now her first leading role in Chocolate Kiss. Starring alongside is Edward Donaldson whose musical roots and education at Detroit’s own School for Performing Arts helped to root him in the field of entertainment. Mr. Donaldson is one gentle giant who is comfortable rocking a microphone to acting onstage in a theatrical performance.

Chocolate Kiss was directed by Melissa Talbot and co-directed by Mike Jeffers. For more info, please contact Tonja Ayers at (248) 973-7463 or email More info available at

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Posted by community events coordinator, Nzinga Lonstein Austin, is a prolific blogger who writes on the entertainment industry and issues for people with developmental and physical challenges.

She is presently in high school looking to have a career in video, film, and media. You can see more of her entertainment writing on Lonstein Movies.

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