Changing the Game (film)
Changing the Game is a 2012 dramatic film starring Sean Riggs, Tony Todd, Raw Leiba, Sticky Fingaz, Brandon Ruckdashel and Irma P. Hall and directed by Rel Dowdell. The film opened theatrically by AMC Theatres in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, DC, Atlanta and was cited by the noted website FilmFresh.com as one of the top three African-American films of 2012. The film recently premiered on May 15, 2014 on cable channel BET as the "Movie of the Week."
|Changing the Game|
|Directed by||Rel Dowdell|
|Produced by||Thomas L. Webster|
Karen L. Isaac
|Written by||Rel Dowdell|
Aaron R. Astillero
Irma P. Hall
|Edited by||Nicholas Schwartz|
|Distributed by||Barnholtz Entertainment / Lionsgate|
Darrell, played by actor Sean Riggs, is a supremely intelligent African-American man whom rises from the tough streets of Philadelphia to the world of high finance on Wall Street. He soon learns the white-collar world is filled with as much crime as the drug-filled hood he left behind.
- Sean Riggs as "Darrell".
- Tony Todd as Curtis the Diabolical / FBI Agent
- Irma P. Hall as Grandma Barnes, Darrell's grandmother.
- Sticky Fingaz as Craig.
- Brandon Ruckdashel as Marty Levine.
- Dennis L.A. White as Dre.
- Suzzanne Douglas as Mrs. Davis, Darrell's teacher.
- Raw Leiba as Balu.
- Elizabeth Marie Camacho as Julissa, Sexy Flight Attendant.
- "'Changing the Game' filmed in Philadelphia". Philly.com. 2012-05-11. Retrieved 2012-10-19.
- — 10 May 2012 (2012-05-10). "Interview: Changing The Game's Tony Todd". Cinedelphia. Retrieved 2012-10-19.
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