That just spoke to me, and that’s why I decided to do the film. All Hip Hop.com: Born in London, but raised in Brooklyn, at what point did you discover your love of film as an art form? And growing up in Brooklyn, I always had an affinity for film and television.
Towards the end of the film, actor Rockmond Dunbar states, “I’ll fully admit that I don’t understand how God moves. And taken further, at what point did you determine that filmmaking was the career that you were willing to pursue? When I was younger, I took acting lessons and music lessons and things like that and I was always interested in the arts.
Although I have worked on a lot of sitcoms in the past, this is my feature film debut as a director.
And the fact that this film speaks to family, faith, love, and forgiveness is a no-brainer for me.
I got involved with this project after attending the American Black Film Festival.
A six-time NAACP Image Award winner, he is also the former Executive Vice President of Tyler Perry Studios.
His theatrical producing credits include: Diary Of A Mad Black Woman, Madea’s Family Reunion, Daddy’s Little Girls, Why Did I Get Married? Bobb marks his directorial debut with Raising Izzie, a GMC Network feature film, which also serves as the first film produced under his new film and television production company.