- Production Design (ROBYN'S DUNGEON/LAIR)
- Props (WE HAVE TO MAKE THEM!)
- Art (props, wardrobe, hair/make up)
- Camera and G&E (lens, rigs, dollies, lighting kits, etc.)
- Marketing (ads, website, social media, cast photoshoots)
- Post-Production (editing, film festivals, colorist, key art/poster)
- Crew Salary (the more crew, the better!)
A reserved young man healing from a break up is allured by a mysterious and intense woman who has only one interest - to steal his hoodie.
The pilot follows Qaseem, a quintessential Black millennial who recently experienced a break-up. He meets up with his friends at a sophisticated lounge and is captivated and instantly allured by Robyn, a wine connoisseur and soul collector.
After inviting her to his home for a little rendevous, the night quickly takes a chilling turn when Robyn's "cold-nature" unearths and she takes one of his hoodies without his permission.
A fresh, modern take on the succubus folklore merged with an inside joke in Black culture, Robyn Hood is a fun and frightful horror-comedy series detailing the saga of a sensual and alluring Robyn, a dame who finds comfort in stealing men’s hoodies for something more sinister.
Shayla Racquel, Executive Producer/Writer
Shayla Racquel is the quintessential creative, born and raised in South Carolina but currently living in Washington, DC. Diagnosed with Sickle Cell Disease at birth and having a stroke at the young age of 12, her childhood battle with the disease is what brought her closer to the art of storytelling and the love of filmmaking.
Over the course of Shayla Racquel's career, her work has been selected in over 40 film festivals and has won 20 awards to date including a Student Emmy from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences - National Capital Chapter. After receiving an award from Sony Pictures in collaboration with American University, her project Riverment, a short film about a grandmother and granddaughter's cross-generational approaches to activism, was acquired by Magic Johnson's ASPiRE TV and Sean "P. Diddy" Comb's REVOLT TV. The film is currently syndicated on both network channels. Shayla Racquel's work was highlighted as a "Project of the Month" by Indiewire, and her storytelling capabilities have been featured by the Washington Post as well as VIBE magazine. Her felicific smile and appreciation for life brighten the room – you will know Shayla Racquel when she greets you with, “Smiles are contagious so get sick!”
Moon Ferguson, Producer
Moon Ferguson is a South Florida filmmaker known for her award-winning, hit fantasy series, Juju: The Web Series. Moon's love for storytelling stems from needing an escape as a young girl, that's when her love for fantasy was born. At the age of eight, Moon began to write herself and other characters as those who were triumphant and in control of their power and destiny. This still shows in the characters she creates today.
Moon's Chinese-Jamaican heritage and experiences as a Black millennial woman (and first-generation American) plays a major role in the tales she creates. . Her mission is to produce stories of magic, escapism, and wonder while honoring Black and Caribbean culture, history, and heritage.
Janeen "Neen" Talbott is a Brooklyn-born, dumpling-fed, and south Florida-bred screenwriter, designer, and director. The first-generation Jamaican American has a penchant for mystical realism, fantasy, and futurism. Her character-driven stories are rooted in her love for Black heroes – real and imagined the nuanced worlds in which they live, and her desire to see them diversely represented, respected, and lauded in film, television, and the real world.
Her short, Sight, has been screened in numerous festivals including San Diego Comic-Con International Film Festival and Bronze Lens Film Festival. The award-winning film is a futuristic take on faith and sacrifice. Neen is also one-fourth of the creative executive team behind the labor of love turned internet success Juju: The Web Series. There, she works in the capacity of a writer, director, and VFX artist to tell the story of three Black witches living in Brooklyn.
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