Creative Corner: Unspeakable Indiscretions
Here at CCBFF, we believe you should have a look at the many artists behind the films you’ll be seeing at CCBFF 2015 through our coverage here at the Creative Corner. Next up we have Eric B. Ramsey and his film Unspeakable Indiscretions, which will be screening Saturday, August 15 at the Brass House Jazz Club.
Eric Ramsey began his career as a college football player at Auburn, and a former NFL draft pick of pro football’s Kansas City Chiefs. In early 1996 he changed his focus to modeling and acting. He relocated to Los Angeles in 2005 where he quickly found an interest in filmmaking which led him to write, produce and act.
In 2007, he wrote and produced the short film “The Promise.” He then went on to write and executive produce the short film ”My Brotha’s Keeper’,’ which was loosely based on his personal life experiences as a former athlete. In 2010, he co-wrote and executive produced the short film ”Black Rain.”
While writing, producing and directing his current film “Unspeakable Indiscretions,” Eric can also be found championing the cause of victims of childhood sexual abuse, through lecturing and petitions. You can learn more about Eric B. Ramsey and his work on Facebook, Instagram, Wikipedia, and IMDB.
Stay tuned for more filmmaker stories from the Creative Corner! Catch Unspeakable Indiscretions and more at #CCBFF2015, including the world premiere of blackhats on August 14th!