Ericka Nicole Malone is an emerging screenwriter in the television and film world. She has achieved such a big spot in her career with her hard work due to which she is inspiring every woman to achieve something big in her life. Ericka Nicole Malone is the CEO of Ericka Nicole Malone Entertainment and she recently hosted the Indie Director’s Spotlight at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah at The Cabin on Main Street.
Indie Director’s Spotlight Event
Before we delve into her career achievements, let’s talk a little bit about Indie Director’s Spotlight that she hosted recently. She made her debut into the festival circuit and also represented as a head panelist among other members with this event. In addition to sharing her career journey as a writer, producer, and director, Ericka Nicole Malone also highlighted the innate talent of many directors in the film industry. Presented by Powerful-U, it saw the presence of popular celebrities namely, Ericka Nicole Malone, James Purpura, and Matty Rich.
As host and head panelist, Ericka Nicole Malone shared her career catapulted a playwright writing, directing and producing over nine stage plays including, her hit touring musical stage play ‘In Love With Tyrone;‘ ascension into screenwriting was as Creator and Executive Producer of the television sitcom pilot, ‘Ward of the State,’ her newest work a one-hour TV Drama ‘Della;‘ and upcoming film optioned by acclaimed Producer Tracey Edmonds’ production company, Edmonds Entertainment, ‘Pure and Meaningful Heart’ — The Mamie Till Story. Now emerging as a Screenwriter and Producer for both television and film, Ericka Nicole Malone is reintroducing her innate talent and writing ability to the world.
“I launched The Indie Directors Spotlight 2020 to introduce the Sun-dance community to a few of the talented directors, their independent short films, and to premier the Ericka Nicole Malone Entertainment brand. The launch was spectacular and gave an insightful look at some of the talented, independent filmmaker projects set to screen this year. The room was filled with so much energy and anticipation of these new and innovative projects. And it gave the audience a chance to get to know me on a personal level and to share my vision as a Screenwriter, Producer, and Director. Counting the days until next year!” – Ericka Nicole Malone
The Indie Director’s Spotlight event showcased ‘Perception: Seeing is Not Believing’ by Director James Purpura and ‘Cure’ by Director Matty Rich.
At its heart ‘Perception: Seeing Is Not Believing’ is a movie about our personal journeys. Viewers will be introduced gradually into its message, being how our lives turn out is determined by only a handful of key ideas — namely Perception, Emotion, and Evolution. But the ideas proposed are merely the backdrop to this heart wrenching and beautifully done modern-day’ survival against all the odds’ human epic. Guided by various teachers ranging from Neuroscientists to Therapists, even Influencers and Celebrities, real-life examples and data are exposed on how to harness the power of these concepts. All of us can transform our lives by evolving our perception.
While most of the women rely on others to live their life, it is not actually the case with Ericka Nicole Malone. She even paid her undergraduate tuition fee by writing and producing theatrical plays. Before leaving Western Kentucky University, she was already a seasoned actor, director, and producer. In her career, she has written, directed and produced over nine stage plays including her hit musical stage play “In Love With Tyrone”.
Ericka has worked as a screenwriter and executive producer for the Tv sitcom, ‘Ward of the State’ and her newest work in one-hour TV drama ‘Della’. In addition to this, she is going to see in the upcoming film ‘Pure and Meaningful Heart’, which is produced by Edmonds Entertainment. She has worked with many popular celebrities and she only works on subjects that are relatable to the audience in real life.
Represents Women Community in the Theatrical World
When she dived into the theatre world, she noticed that most of the directors and writers were men but not many women were working as a leader in this industry. So, she decided to represent the women community by working as a leader in this world. She overcame all the challenges to make a name for herself and to make a statement regarding the power of women.