Winner at the Paris Film Awards —Maybe in a Thousand Years (ballet video)
Wack Attack (Crack Attack) reveals the duality of a crack addicts existence, exploring the truth versus the crack user's fanstasy that all is well. Steeped in denial, the crack user insists she is fine while her appearance deteriorates, her friends overdose around her, she prostitutes herself for drug money and ultimately lands herself in the back of a police car.
Dr. Malcolm J. Solomon is a composer, writer, director and independent filmmaker. He earned a master’s and doctoral degrees from Rice University.
Malcolm J. Solomon is an award-winning composer, director, screenwriter, and independent filmmaker with master's and doctoral degrees from Rice University. His projects have been Official Selections in over 100 international film festivals and have won multiple awards, including Best Director (Honolulu Film Awards), Best Feature-Length Screenplay (Mediterranean Film Festival—Cannes), the Rising Star Award (Canada International Film Festival), the Maple Leaf Award (Canada International Film Festival), the Silver Remi Ward for Creative Excellence (WorldFest Houston International Film Festival), Best Music Video Award (Tokyo Shorts Film Festival), and more. He is also an accomplished and award-winning classical composer, who was awarded the Dolphy Prize, and whose compositions have been performed internationally. After being chosen as a Winner in the Amsterdam International Film Festival because of its "outstanding performance", his project Maybe in a Thousand Years was featured in FilmmakerLife Magazine.
The Silence, (music video)
The Library, (feature film)
Wack Attack (Crack Attack), (music video)
X-Man, (music video)
Fallen Diva, (short film)
That’s Life, (music video)
The Ascension, (short film)
The Contest, (short film)