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SISTAS Star Brian Jordan Jr. to Premiere New Movie GEORGIA SKY in Atlanta


In Georgia Sky Levi, Ryan, and Tamika, three childhood friends, reunite in their home town for one purpose. Or so they think.

Brian Jordan Jr., who stars as Maurice Web on Tyler Perry's hit BET series "Sistas," will premiere his new film, Georgia Sky at a special red carpet event on Thursday, December 16 in Atlanta, GA at The Foundry at Puritan Mills (916 Joseph E Lowery Blvd NW Atlanta, GA 30318). Red carpet activities begin at 7:00 PM with a screening at 8:00 PM, followed by a post-show reception for guests.

The new film, produced, written by, and starring Jordan Jr, also stars Brittany Inge ("The Ms. Pat Show," "Boomerang," The Hate U Give) and Tina Fears ("Genius," "Fatal Attraction") and is directed by Rhavynn Drummer ("Good Girls," "Brooklyn.Blue.Sky").

In Georgia Sky Levi, Ryan, and Tamika, three childhood friends, reunite in their home town for one purpose. Or so they think. Soon, they all realize that their true purpose is simply... home.

Brian Jordan Jr. is a classically trained actor, singer, and dancer who studied at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and The Debbie Allen Dance Academy, he has performed in Broadway national tours, Off-Broadway, and in many of the country's most prestigious regional theaters before turning to television and film. He has released a new, upbeat, motivational R&B track that encourages listeners to believe in themselves. Most recently, in his hometown of Baton Rouge, LA, he produced a concert version of his new musical, Riley, which follows 6 young students through their collegiate matriculation at a historical public black school in the bayou.

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