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Nine Minutes and Thirty Seconds (2010)
The decisions and actions of friends and complete strangers reach a critical mass in Nine Minutes and Thirty Seconds, the third film produced by Changing the World Films. Langston Shaw stars in and Selton Shaw directs Changing the World Films most powerful movie yet. Nine Minutes and Thirty Seconds made its World Premiere at The Mid-Atlantic Black Film Festival and is slated for release in 2011.
The third film directed by Selton Shaw is also the acting debut of Langston Shaw in his first starring role. The movie became an instant comedic hit. How to Cheat on Your Girlfriend made its World Premiere at the Marthas Vineyard African American Film Festival in 2009 where it won rave reviews by audiences and moviegoers alike.
The 30th President (2007)
The 30th President is a documentary feature taking an in-depth look at the public school system in Washington DC. Directed by Selton Shaw, the film examines the DC Public School System through the lens of a public high school in the nation's capital. The movie includes interviews with teachers, students, Congressional leaders, and city officials.
The Let Out Guys is one of the most original short movies of all time and is the writing and directing debut of Selton Shaw. The film was selected as the Grand Finalist winner in the AXE Black Filmmakers series, a national short film competition. Famed director F. Gary Gray was the lead judge for the competition sponsored by AXE body spray. It premiered at the American Black Film Festival in Miami in 2006 and subsequently toured the country on a ten city tour. The tour screened the film in DC, New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Houston, Los Angeles and many others where it was voted as the best short film in each city. The Let Out Guys is currently being developed as a feature film.