"Change of Heart" addresses the sexual trauma dealt with by males. A topic not often covered in films and
very few statistics exist that reflect its affect on society, although we see it . Particularly in
communities of color. It is a reality that many families are affected by, yet they have kept secrets.
The secrets of the trauma and the tragedy that affects victims, generations and communities that
continue to impact society.
In Change of Heart, Calvin Hardy Jr., a project development engineer, refuses to forgive his father for hurting him and his mother after catching him with another woman when he was a teenager. He ends up carrying this anger and bitterness into his own family until it backfires against him. The trap is set and he falls right into it. He makes an unwise decision regarding a job opportunity causing him to be absent from an important game for his son. And to make matters worse, the unthinkable happens... changing him and his family’s lives forever. That's why you never say never. That word can easily change when you're faced with the unknown. Calvin becomes an example of this and do whatever he needs to do in order to help his family heal.
Nikki Miller is the CEO & President of NRM Faith Based Films, LLC, a company she started back in February of 2015. She's an up and coming Screenwriter, Producer, Author and Licensed Realtor. She already wears the hat of an Actress and Singer, which she’s done since the early 90’s. Nikki was born and raised in Florida and lived there most of her life until moving to Nashville, Tennessee in 2004. She recently relocated along with her husband Johnny and sons, Jamar and Jarvis to Atlanta, Georgia in 2015. She has been involved in entertainment arena for many years. In the early 90's, she attended John Casablanca Model and Talent School in Tampa, Florida and was signed to some highly prestigious agencies. She has extensive training in acting and is now tapping into screenwriting and film production. She completed her first faith-based screenplay entitled "Change of Heart: Never Say Never" and recently completed the novel of the same title along with an interactive study guide.
As seen on Amazon Prime in the film, "When the Soul Cries: Trauma. Tears. Triumph.", Adrienne E. Bell is the Founder and CEO of KS Media and Publishing. Mrs. Bell is also a Best-Selling Author, Editor, and Publisher since 2015, passionate about seeing authors, thought-leaders, non-profit founders and other leaders reach success in life and business. This fearless leader is the proud wife of Donald since 2000 and mother to Adriana, 17 and Donald, III, 18.
As a Detroit native, Kerry Patton wears many hats and carries a wealth of knowledge about the entertainment industry. He has a background in Sales and Finance. Most importantly he is a believer in Christ, Deacon, in charge of a ministry called Celebrate Recovery that provides insight and direction for people with hurt, bad habits and hangups and an Outreach Pastor for children in deprived neighborhoods which is all a part of World Harvest Church based in Roswell, Ga. Kerry is married and has two adult children and two grandsons.
Chris Waymon specializes in artist, business, and production management. His experience as an artist, businessman, & production manager gives him the knowledge he needs to help his clients achieve their dreams. Chris founded Gate City Management in 2012, Gate City was Atlanta's nickname in the 1800's. Growing up in Atlanta shaped his love for the entertainment business. Chris has paved his way into the movie and television production arena. He has promoted, produced, and executed many live events. Chris IMDb production credits currently host the following, Wistful, Time Captured, and Rainbow Bridge, The Story of Peter and Emily. For 2017 he has helped organize private movie premieres for movies such as “It”, “Girls Trip”, Pirates of Caribbean, Dead Man Don’t Tell No Tell”, “Wonder Woman”, just to name a few.
Former NBC news anchor and entertainment/lifestyle reporter, BJ Arnett is
no stranger to the film and entertainment industry. As host for Georgia Public
Television’s Primetime, NBC 11Alive News, Camera-11, Noonday, Peachtree
Morning and TV69 (the now CW). Currently, she is host of “This Day with BJ Arnett” and “BJA Today” produced and directed by Camy Arnett Production Studios’. Film credits for BJ include “Adrenaline” and “Grantham Rose”, in which she plays the daughter of Marla Gibbs who portrays Rose. She also played as DeAndria Keanna Kelly alongside her husband in the five time Dove Award winning “Stand Your Ground” and in Mattie: The Discovery, a film her and her husband were Executive Producers of, as the character Annie. As a costumer, BJ was also head of Costuming for both Stand Your Ground and Mattie: The Discovery. She has served as Public Relations Director, VP of membership and now sits on the board of directors for WIFTA – Women In Film and Television Atlanta. BJ is also professor in the fashion design and merchandising program at Clark Atlanta University.
Cameron Arnett is an award-winning actor in television, film, and theater hailing from Port-Au-Prince, Haiti and is also a film producer, director, syndicated talk show producer and co-host. Cameron has appeared on just about every major network. Past television credits include NBC’s Miami Vice, Fox’s StarTrek: The Next Generation, ABC’s China Beach, Doogie Howser MD, VH1's Single Ladies, and Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns. Today Cameron travels an average of thirty weeks a year shooting faith based and family friendly projects. Among other roles are “Coach Bradford” in The Order of Rights, “Logan Evans” in Champion, and “Mike” in Extraordinary. More recent successes include Cameron’s role as “Bill” in The Challenger Disaster, “Drew” in The Big Fix, “Solomon Grant” in Karen Abercrombie’s Discarded Things and “Thomas Hill” in the Kendrick Brothers’ (the makers of WAR ROOM’s) sixth film,
Overcomer. Cameron is the Director for BJA Today with Host BJ Arnett, and directed the films Mattie: The Discovery as well as Love & Secrets.