Frederick Douglass Boulevard aka Food & Drink Boulevard aka F.D.B.


Malcolm Jamal Turner, an African-American Harlemite and struggling music writer from the Ohio suburbs, is... ambivalent about the neighborhood's changing demographics (when not outright hostile). Armed with little more than white Americans' conditioned fear of black violence, Malcolm concocts a ludicrous scheme to de-gentrify Harlem.


Principal Cast
Washington Kirk
Arash Mokhtar
Hannah Corrigan
Matt Di Loreto
Ron Canada

Created by: Washington Kirk
Executive Producer: Washington Kirk
Associate Producers: Tiffany Flomo, Eric Freeman, Daron Green
Producer/1st AD: Walker Hare
Cinematographer: Jared Roybal
Editor: James Mckenzie

Director’s Biography

Washington Kirk was born in or near a nuclear silo in Montana [specifics classified] but raised in a suburb just outside the once and future swamp that is our nation’s capital. Note: This area has since been re-branded “DMV” (the District-Maryland-Virginia, not the place of bureaucratic purgatory) in order to provide much needed street-adjacent-cred to those unlucky few born outside Anacostia. He is a maker, period, be it theater, television, film, messes, or pie.