August 17, 2021, “another one in the can” say writer-director Sura Khan as he wraps production on the film “LOVE”. That starred actors Tashan Muldrow and Amber Miller Moore, Produced by David M. Quinones. Cinematography by John W. Arrington. Executive Produced by: John W. Arrington, Sura Khan with Clyde Salley, and David M. Quinones.
“This was an amazing project to work on” says, Khan. “It was a vision Arrington had for some years now”. “I was involved with the first writing of the original script then under the name Falling”.” When Arrington called me and asked me to rewrite the screenplay under the new title LOVE I was excited, ready willing, and able”. “It was an opportunity to take it up a notch”. Arrington wanted to touch on the events of the day in the story so Khan had the chance to express different views through the characters relating to the pandemic. “I was also asked to direct the film and that was the icing on the cake for me”. “We had an amazing cast and crew on this project” says, Khan. “A very different kind of light that always seems to cover the atmosphere”. “It was indeed magic in the making”.
The story follows the present-day life of Mason Moore a rich African American young man in his early thirties, struggling to navigate life and what he needs most which is simply real Love. Mason crosses paths with Brooklyn Jones a rising marketing executive wrapped up in her work and trying to live up to her father’s expectations of her. She falls for Mason but puts on the breaks out of fear that this relationship might end up costing her the dream job she yearned for. Although Mason is quite accustomed to having anything he wants Brooklyn is simply not for sale. She is not impressed with his wealth but more concerned with what he does with his life and money. Can Mason & Brooklyn make it through this test of time? Well, you’ll have to watch the film to find out. You won’t be disappointed. Stay Tuned!
Sura Khan is a thirty-year veteran in the entertainment industry. A writer, producer, director, and author with a drive and determination that’s unprecedented. Over the past five years, Sura Khan has spent much of his time developing a variety of original television series and film projects. He’s a visionary who believes that there’s a time for everything and everyone. The innovative projects he’s developed is rooted in something extraordinary and indeed timely. Creating programming based on the unique needs of the viewer and the times we are living in is his formula for creating a winning catalog of content. With profound changes in technology and viewing patterns around the world, Sura Khan feels that anything is possible if we can connect with a source whose capacity to see our vision and all its possibilities is secured. I have no doubts whatsoever in my unique ability to move an audience. I understand that we, as human beings are always on the lookout for those programs and ideas that can inspire, motivate, and teach us something we may have previously been unaware of. Not being afraid to continue creating projects that you understand will eventually cost millions upon millions of dollars to produce and you as a creator having no idea how that kind of money will find its way to you is simply the principal’s of faith with a clear knowing that what’s inside of you must be manifested in the world outside of you. When you can connect with that source of knowledge, then the manifestation of an idea is evident in due time. Sitting on a goldmine is how Sura Khan views his current place in time. Anyone lucky enough to see beyond the present moment within his unique purpose for existence will be very fortunate enough to share in a stream of wealth and success unimaginable. With a host of new books and projects to add to his catalog Mr. Khan is content and looks forward to the coming years and all that it will bring through and from him.
Books– In the Name of love, A Directors Faith, Sura Khan’s Whispers of Wisdom, Sura Khan’s Expressions On the Walk of Fame with Virginia Capers.
Television: South of Brooklyn, The Klein Syndicate, Candid with Terri P., Set Life Cali.
Film: In the Name of Love, Brothers Gonna Work it Out.
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