Multi-Award winning actor, model and filmmaker prodigy Anthony Michael Hobbs’ short films Naga Pixie and Agent Hollywood screening at the Urban Mediamakers Film Festival (UMFF) in Atlanta, the Baltimore International Black Film Festival (BIBFF) and the Gary International Black Film Festival (GIBFF) in Indiana.
His second film Naga Pixie is screening at UMFF on Saturday October 7, 2017 and his latest project Agent Hollywood is screening at BIBFF on Sunday October 8th and the GIBFF on Saturday October 14th.
Only 12 years old, Anthony Michael Hobbs’ company Imagination Lunchbox LLC has produced three film projects, published Dr. Kerri Moseley-Hobbs’ book “More Than a Fraction: Based on a True Story” and is hosting its 2nd annual Imagination Lunchbox International Children’s Film Festival (ILICFF) on Thursday April 19th at the Maryland Film Festival’s Parkway Theatre in Baltimore. Hobbs’ film Agent Hollywood was recently screened at the Newark International Film Festival (NIFF), the Blackstar Film Fest (BFF) and the Ocean City Film Festival (OCFF). His film Naga Pixie project has been screened at The Alhambra Theatre Film Festival (TATFF), The Film Festival at Little Washington (TFFALW) and the West Chester Film Festival (WCFF).
Naga Pixie stars Anthony Michael Hobbs as Jason and Trinity Breanne Perio as Naga Pixie. The Short also stars Trey Feledy, Kayla Johnson, Kendall Clark, Noah Thomas, Amanda Trinh, Danny Palmer and Thomas Johnson. The Pixie is nagging the youngsters about being kind to nature and animals, things the kids have no time or thought for. Filled with mystery, fun and laughs the ending will surprise you. Agent Hollywood also stars Hobbs, along with Noah Forstner, Nicholas Forstner, Alaine Miller, Michael Forstner and Dylan Hintz. It premiered at the first annual ILICFF and is co-produced and co-directed by his former sports coach Michael Forstner. Agent Hollywood is full of “who did it” mystery about a young celebrity actor who is really an undercover agent with a mission to save the world.
Collectively Anthony Michael’s films have been screened at over 20 film festivals worldwide and garnered six awards for “Best Youth Film” and “Spirit Award.” Also an award winning actor Hobbs’ acting roles has earned him 8 awards from the Global Star Network and a walk on the red carpet at the 2013 Emmy Awards for his role as Frederick Douglas in the PBS Special Mini-Series “The American Experience: The Abolitionist” starring Richard Brooks (“Law & Order”). Hobbs has also starred in DreamWorks documentary “How to Train Your Dragon: Dragons and Dinosaurs,” several series of Sprout Network segments, and in the film Waiting for Godot. As a model Anthony Michael has appeared in national print campaigns for Finish Line Athletics and Toys-R-Us.
For more information about screening at the Urban Mediamakers Film Festival log into www.UMFF.com. For more information on Agent Hollywood screening at the Baltimore International Black Film Festival log onto www.BIBFF.com and for the Gary International Black Film Festival log onto www.GaryBlackFilmFest.org. For more information on Imagination Lunchbox, LLC upcoming projects log onto www.ImaginationLunchbox.com and for more information on Anthony Michael Hobbs log onto www.Anthony-Michael.com. You can also contact his management at ImaginationLunchbox@gmail.com.