If you haven’t seen Note To Self yet, you can purchase the DVD on Amazon.com. In the meantime, you can watch it now on Hulu – for free!
LeToya has been nominated for a 2013 EOTM (Entrepreneurs on the Move) Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in Note to Self! LeToya’s co-star, Christian Keyes is also up for Best Writer and Outstanding Lead Actor.
The EOTM Awards will take place on Sunday, August 4, 2013 at Club Nokia in Los Angeles, CA.
Voting runs now through June 14, 2013, and YOU can help! Post on EOTM’s Facebook page – http://www.facebook.com/eotmawards – and tweet them at @eotmawards with hashtag #EOTMAwards letting them know you are casting your vote for LeToya!
About the EOTM Awards:
The EOTM Awards is an accolade presented by the EOTM Radio & TV Network celebrating entrepreneurial achievements and performances in business, philanthropy and the arts (recordings, television, radio, and literature, film, directing and writing).
Now through October 12 e-mail your name, address, and email address to firstname.lastname@example.org, and write in “Note to Self DVD” in the subject line. All entrants MUST be residents of the United States.
Winners will be drawn randomly on October 13th. The 5 winners will be notified by email, and will receive a DVD copy. Only 1 entry per e-mail address will be accepted, and multiple entrants may be disqualified. No one under 13 is eligible.
Visit blackfilm.com for more details and GOOD LUCK!
Tanya Kersey, Founder and Executive Director for The Hollywood Black Film Festival (HBFF) announced that the theatrical world premiere of “Note To Self” will open the 12th Hollywood Black Film Festival on Thursday, October 25, 2012, 7pm, at the Montalban Theater, 1615 Vine Street, Hollywood, CA. HBFF 2012 runs October 25-28 in Hollywood, CA.
If you would like to attend the “Note to Self” Opening Night Film Premiere & After-Party, you can purchase tickets here!
About the Hollywood Black Film Festival (HBFF): Dubbed “The Black Sundance,” the Hollywood Black Film Festival (HBFF) is an annual 4-day celebration of Black Cinema drawing together established filmmakers, popular film and TV stars, writers, directors, industry executives, emerging artists, and diverse audiences from Hollywood and around the world.