By Tambay A. Obenson | Shadow and Act September 24, 2012 at 1:10PM
Hiding In Plain Sight is the feature film debut from director M. Legend Brown.
The faith-based family drama stars Kelly O’Neil Jackson and Sharice Henry-Chasi as Darius and Josey Blackmon, a 30-something couple struggling to keep their family safe after their fall from the middle-class forces them, and their two children, to live in their car. Darius’ once unshakeable faith, in himself and God, is beginning to fall apart, as life on the street, the struggle to find work, the constant pressures of keeping the kids in school, and the authorities from separating the family, all start to take their toll.
Irma P. Hall co-stars in the drama as Grandma Ida Blackmon.
Hiding In Plain Sight is produced by M. Legend Brown via his Poorchild Films, along with Kelly Gray (Mahogany Films), Sharice Henry-Chasi (Higher Heights Film Works), Marty Ezelle (Fear Not Productions), and Michael and Judy Ciancio (Electric Light & Power Company).
Shot entirety on the streets of Dallas, Texas, 1% of the film’s earnings will be donated to the fight to end homelessness.
Watch the film's first trailer below: