Angela White is a film producer and member of the Producer’s Guild of America, who specializes in creating compelling commercial stories with a distinct multi-cultural perspective. Ms. White is the founder of Silver Lining Entertainment, LLC, a family owned Multimedia Entertainment Company based in Los Angeles, California.
Ms. White graduated from the University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Arts degree and received a Master of Arts degree in Political Science from Rutgers University. While at Rutgers, she produced the acclaimed documentary, “Hypocritical War on Drugs,” for PBS. This riveting and explosive documentary examined, from an uncensored view, the so-called “escalating war on drugs.” Even though this experience sparked a strong and tremendous interest in the entertainment industry, she, nevertheless, decided to first pursue and obtain a Juris Doctorate degree from New York Law School.
Upon her arrival to Los Angeles, California in 2000, Ms. White worked as a talent manager before being introduced to the world of film production. Soon thereafter, she co-produced the Showtime Network’s Trilogy of TV short films such as, “Dense,” which highlighted actress, Vanessa Williams’ directorial debut; “The Great Commission,” which was actor, Rockmond Dunbar’s premiere as a director; as well as “Violation,” directed by actor, Darrin DeWitt Henson.
Currently, Ms. White is preparing the highly anticipated Christian film, “A Question of Faith,” which stars Richard T. Jones, Kim Fields, T.C. Stallings, C. Thomas Howell, Jaci Velasquez, Gregory Alan Williams and Renee O’Connor, which will be released theatrically via Pure Flix Entertainment on September 29, 2017. In addition, Ms. White is touring the film festival circuit with the soul searching film, “#WhereIsBeauty,” starring R&B star, Goapele, who plays the character of “Nina,” a visual artist who overcomes the pressures of social media through self-discovery and redefines for herself society’s standard of “beauty.”
Ms. White has produced, in partnership with Overflow Entertainment the following titles; the dark drama, “The Cheaters Club aka Busted,” via Lionsgate Entertainment and the feature film stars, Rockmond Dunbar, Leon, Eva Marcille, Tony Rock and Jazsmin Lewis, the dark thriller, “The Sin Seer,” stars Isaiah Washington, Salli Richardson, Lisa Arrindell Anderson, C. Thomas Howell, Michael Ironside, Gregory Alan Williams and Richard L. Brooks; the inspirational faith based TV film, “Who Can I Run To,” starring gospel artist Tasha Page Lockhart, gospel sensation Marvin Sapp, R&B singer, actress and songwriter Lil Mo, Jessica Reedy; and the romantic comedy, “My Favorite Five,” which stars Rochelle Aytes, Brian White, DeRay Davis, Jay Ellis, Erica Hubbard, Quinton Aaron, Valarie Pettiford and Leonard Roberts.
Ms. White is the series creator of RLJ Entertainment’s first original comedy stand-up show, “The Comedy Underground Series,” which first premiered on the Urban Movie Channel in August of 2015 with hosts Tony Rock for Season 1, Flex Alexander and DJ MC Lyte for Season 2 and has recently wrapped Season 3 with Red Grant. Further, Ms. White was the Executive Producer of the American Black Film Festival (“ABFF”) 2015 Grand Jury Prize winner, “The Night Before aka Bachelors,” which was produced by James Young Entertainment and released in 2016 via Lionsgate Entertainment.
Whether renting a DVD on Redbox, purchasing tickets to a midnight film or surfing BET/Centric TV or Netflix, one would likely have seen some of her current films. These films include the following; “4Play,” starring Wesley Jonathan, Jaleel White, Paula Jai Parker, Angel Conwell and Tommy Ford; “My Sisters Wedding,” starring Flex Alexander, Essence Atkins, K.D. Aubert; “The Last Letter,” which stars Omari Hardwick, Sharon Leal, Gary Dourdan, Richard T. Jones, Lynn Whitfield, Tatyana Ali, Darrin Dewitt Henson, Bill Cobbs and Rosci Diaz; as well as the hit stage play, “Redemption of a Dog,” which stars Keith Robinson, Lynn Whitfield, Kiki Haynes, Tamera Mowry and Faune Chambers, horror, “After Effect,” starring Daniel Baldwin and “C’mon Man” starring Tony Rock.