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Director, producer, filmmaker and CEO of Bobbcat films, Roger Bobb has done quite well for himself for the past decade. With three hit shows currently on the air and 11 films having been released in the last ten years either at #1 or #2 opening weekends, Bobb is one of the most successful producers working…

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The Rolling Out Innovation Digital Entertainment Conference (RIDE) is the city’s first ever film, TV, gaming, music and digital media summit and the ideal platform to meet and engage with the power players. Dubbed #RIDEcon17, it will gather brilliant and bright innovators, elite speakers, key industry influencers, nascent entrepreneurs, investors and hackers. It also presents…

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On Sunday, an intimate group gathered at Sweet Auburn Seafood restaurant to celebrate Demetria McKinney’s cover on rolling out magazine. Guests imbibed samples of Tiny’s Tequila, by Tameka “Tiny” Harris; and Tonisha Jackson, pastry chef and founder of JaXons Pastries, offered delicious small bites of pastries, and also made the to-die-for cake that featured McKinney’s rolling…

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Happy 31st birthday Demetria! The model and singer who played Janine Payne on the TBS series “House of Payne” celebrates her special day today. She began appearing on the “Rickey Smiley Show” in 2012 and began her acting career in the stage production of Tyler Perry’s play Meet the Browns. She also starred in roles in the hit…

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David Mann and Tamela Mann, play Frankie and Minnie, in the movie “In the Meantime.” Rolling out had a chance to get together with them at the release to discuss the film. “It’s going to be a great film,” said Tamela. “Our parts took place in a school we, as adults, struggled with literacy. I wanted to read better…

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Directed and produced by former Tyler Perry Studios executive Roger M. Bobb of (“Raising Izzie,” For Colored Girls, “The Rickey Smiley Show”) and based on Nzinga Kadalie Kemp award-winning screenplay from the 2012 UP Faith and Family Screenplay Competition presented at the American Black Film Festival in “In The Meantime.” “In the Meantime” features Jazmin “Jazz” Welles (Kali Hawk) as a confident, educated woman who thought her path…

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ATLANTA — A phalanx of Atlanta celebrities joined producer-director Roger Bobb for the Bobbcat Films’ premiere of Raising Izzie at the Woodruff Arts Center in Midtown Atlanta. The major motion picture centers around of two young white children (Victoria Staley as Gertie, Kyla Kennedy as Izzie) who go homeless after their remaining parent (played by Catherine Dyer)…

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The first night Roger Bobb settled into his Bobbcat Films surroundings, a calm sense of pride descended on his soul like a sunset, and with his celebrated idol, Sidney Poitier, standing sentry over his shoulder, the producer-director slipped into a slumber inside his “Thinking Room.” Bobb would need that rest, cocooned within the artistic energy…

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