On the heels of news that Tommy Oliver's feature film directorial debut, 1982, was one of 8 deserving projects selected to receive a total of $340,000 in funding from the San Francisco Film Society / Kenneth Rainin Foundation Filmmaking (SFFS/KRF) grants, comes your first look at the film via its first official poster, which you can see in full below.
Recapping... Oliver's 1982 is based on a true story that revolves around a black father whose wife suffers from a crack cocaine addiction, and his efforts to protect his 10-year old daughter from having to experience life as the child of a drug addicted mother, while also trying to help her (the mother/his wife) become clean again.
The story is set in 1982 in Philadelphia, at the very onset of the crack epidemic, and stars Hill Harper, Sharon Leal, Bokeem Woodbine, Lala Anthony, Quinton Aaron, with Wayne Brady and Ruby Dee.
Principal photography took place in Philly last summer, with Tommy Oliver directing from his own screenplay, as well as producing, along with Hill Harper and Heather Rae.
The project just received an $85,000 post-production grant from SFFS/KRF,
I expect the film to make its debut on the film festival circuit later this year, or early next year.
Here's the full poster: