GOLDDIGGER KILLER WINS THIRD BEST
FEATURE AWARD IN NEW JERSEY
7, 2006, Bloomfield, New Jersey, GOLDDIGGER KILLER won BEST
FEATURE at the New Jersey Movie Maker’s MEMFEST Film Festival. Co-Producer Stan Neron and Andre Murray
who acted in the film were present to receive the films third
The New Jersey Movie Maker’s MEMFEST Film
MEMFEST screens Features, Documentaries, Shorts, Animation and Music
Videos. Prizes are awarded in each
category. The Nationally recognized
MEMFEST, which attracts movie lovers from every part of New Jersey, is
celebrating its 3rd year.
MAKER’S NETWORK was
founded in April of 2003 by Hisani Dubose, Bertha Freeman and James Taliaferro.
The Network is a state-wide service organization for New Jersey’s independent
Film/Video community but does not exclude to out of State Filmmakers. There
goals are to:
FILMMAKERS BRING THEIR PROJECTS TO LIFE .
SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS WORK WITH THE INDEPENDENT FILM COMMUNITY TO PROVIDE GOODS
AND SERVICES AT DISCOUNTED RATES.
STUDENTS (OF ALL AGES) DEVELOP PROFESSIONAL CONTACTS.
QUALITY INDEPENDENT MOVIES TO BE SCREENED BY RESIDENTS.
LINKS WITH THE STATE’S FILM FESTIVALS AND
FOSTER A SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT FOR WORKING PROFESSIONALS AND NOVICES IN NEW
Jeff Carroll is from New Jersey and shot both of his horror movies in his home
state. HOLLA IF I KILL YOU
his first picture was shot in East Orange, NJ and GOLDDIGGER KILLER was
shot in Elizabeth, NJ. He moved to
South Florida in 2000 and got married.
However, prior to his marriage Jeff had his own run in with a
Golddigger. Before making film
Jeff’s agency Red, Black and Green Promotions paid him a moderate salary. While dating what he thought was a
regular girl turned out to be a girl looking for a financially supporting
“sugardaddy” type man. It is this
experience and a thorough evaluation of Hip Hop culture which drove Jeff to
write his movie GOLDDIGGER KILLER.
His goal was to reveal the “Playa” and “Golddigger” mentality and how
they are introduced in relationships.
The film depicts the twisted values that many people of the Hip-Hop
generation have. Director Roderick
Giles displays many effective scenes using a series of montages, close-ups, and
shadows. These techniques give the film’s dark and sinister side. While focusing on Hip-Hop, poetry is
also showcased giving the viewers a better understanding of the emotional
frustration present in performance poetry.
Golddigger Killer has cameos by some of Hip-Hop’s top comedians which
allow humor to flow through without deviating form the film’s