If I Were a Bell (2012): Dir. Sherese Robinson Lee

If I were A Bell (2012) Movie

If I Were A Bell (1012) Directed by Sherese Robinson Lee: East Coast Premier

If I Were A Bell is a poignant story of two brothers unexpectedly caught in a passionate love triangle with a sexy female rapper. This sensual tale of love and betrayal is told through vivid provocative rhyme.

May I introduce you to the creative team for If I Were A Bell? Asian-American Emmy-winning composer and songwriter Randy Lee has collaborated with his wife, African-American director Sherese Robinson Lee on short film If I Were A Bell. If I Were A Bell, written by Sherese, is a poignant story of two brothers unexpectedly caught in a passionate love triangle with a rising sexy female rapper. This sensual tale of love and betrayal is told through vivid provocative rhyme. Randy, who has won two Emmys for his work on documentary films, is the founder of Limebeat, a boutique production facility that does original music, sound design, sonic branding and content for commercials, TV, feature films and interactive productions. The director, Sherese, has had success writing for ABC Daytime.

Title: If I were a Bell  Venue: Franklin Institute
Director: Sherese Robinson Lee  Date: June 29th
Genre:  Music Drama  Show Time: 6:00 pm
TRT: 21 min  Directions: Directions to Theater
Country: NY, (US) Tickets: Purchase Tickets

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