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Saturday, October 27 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
The Death of a Prince (Programmer's Choice)

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Director - A.R. Hilton

Producer: Joseph Francis

Exact Running Time - 24:00

Country of Production - U S A

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When a troubled teen stumbles upon an ancient book he is confronted with his past, present and future through the life and death of a young African Prince. Now he must take actions to alter his fate or succumb to the same fate as the prince before him.

Filmmaker/Storyteller Finalist
avatar for A. R. Hilton

A. R. Hilton

Writer/Director/Founding Partner, Amirah Films
I was first introduced to writing at the age of 13 as a reporter for the local Urban League’s summer youth jobs program in my hometown of Mount Vernon, New York. Now some twenty years later, I am the author of two novels, “That Life” and “Prophecy of A Hustler II”. Never... Read More →

Saturday October 27, 2012 1:30pm - 3:00pm PDT
The Montalban 1615 Vine Street, Los Angeles, CA 90028

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