The 23rd Psalm’s Christopher C. Odom Speaks At OBS
Los Angeles (06/02/2007) – Director/Writer, Christopher C. Odom, of the hit independent feature “The 23rd Psalm” addressed a group of diverse writers at the Organization of Black Screenwriters (OBS) on Saturday in Los Angeles.
Odom stressed, that there’s a difference between being “at Hollywood” and being “in Hollywood”. “The 23rd Psalm” was a movie made “at Hollywood”, and in 2007, a writer, director, producer or actor doesn’t have to be “in Hollywood” in order to tell a story or reach the audience/consumer.
Christopher’s 2004 documentary feature, “How To Make It In Hollywood Before You Make It”, is still selling units online through services like CustomFlix.com, which prints DVDs-On-Demand, and Amazon Unbox, which sells movies as digital downloads. Although “How To Make It In Hollywood Before You Make It” has not sold as many DVDs as $200 million pictures, it continues to sell more units each year than the previous year as technology expands and the delivery paradigms shift – a feat that most $200 mil pictures cannot claim.
“The 23rd Psalm” screens next during the Hollywood Black Film Festival on June 10th at 3:00 pm at the Fine Arts Theatre in Beverly Hills, California. For more information, and to stay up to date with the latest news about the film, visit the film’s official website at http://www.psalm23movie.com.