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Welcome to Koalaty Entertainment, a full-service Film Production Company dedicated to producing exceptional content for various client needs.


Koalaty Entertainment is a video and film production company that specializes in producing scripted and non-scripted films about people of color.  We believe there are many untold stories about people who have dedicated their lives to creating “a better world” by making contributions that have changed humanity.  It is our intent to shine a light on their work and to help further the legacy they have planted.


There are many experiences and elements in our diverse multicultural world that can be best shared using the visual medium.  Utilizing film, video, television, and the internet among other media, Koalaty Entertainment strives to bring these diverse stories to life.

We are more than just a production company - we provide additional services in order to ensure that each video we produce is smart, engaging, and achieves its purpose.  Koalaty Entertainment is a division of Prosperity Media Enterprises, Inc.   Get in touch with us to learn what we can do for your business.

 

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We consider ourselves storytellers specializing in producing scripted and non-scripted films about people of color. We believe that there are many untold stories about people that have dedicated their lives to creating “a better world” by making contributions that have changed humanity. It is our intent to shine a light on their work and to help further the legacy they have planted. This is a sample of productions by Koalaty Entertainment. Our services include pre-production, production, and post-production services.

SIS ANNA (SHORT)

A film short depicting key events in the life of Dr. Anna Julia Cooper. Produced by Koalaty Entertainment and Prosperity Media, Inc. (2012)

FILM DESCRIPTION:
One woman born in slavery eventually becomes a fore-most African-American educator, scholar and visionary who fights for the rights of her students’ access to higher education. This woman is Dr. Anna Julia Cooper, both beloved teacher and principal at the famed M Street High School in Washington, DC, and “Sis Anna," who lovingly takes in her five nieces and nephews after their mother's death.

SIS ANNA gives us a glimpse of Cooper’s life as she welcomes the “little colony” from Raleigh, NC to their new home in Washington. Cooper also challenges the Washington school board’s requirements for black students to complete a vocational curriculum while fending off a barrage of fabricated scandals intended to ruin her stellar reputation.

 

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LOVE, PEACE, AND SOUL: THE MOVIE

Love, Peace, and Soul The Movie, (based on the book by the same name) tells the story of the television phenomenon known as Soul Train, a show created in the land of bell bottoms, afros, and soul power; a show that became the touchstone of the Baby Boomer generation. It details the story behind Don Cornelius’ mesmerizing rise to the top and his lonely crash at the end of his life.   Following the book, the movie will be a celebratory tale that dramatizes Don Cornelius’ life as a media pioneer of his day.  The film will touch also touch on the lives of those who took the trip with him including his love-hate relationship with his partner Dick Griffey, his relationship with the SOUL TRAIN dancers, the loves of his life, the competition with Dick Clark and other dance shows of the day as well as a look at all of the treachery that comes from swimming with sharks. Most importantly the movie will celebrate the power of black music and dance on television.

CALLED TO TEACH: THE ANNA JULIA COOPER STORY

Called to Teach: The Anna Julia Cooper Story, a feature length docudrama set primarily in Washington, DC, explores the life of Dr. Anna Julia Cooper, as she grows from a child born in slavery (1858) in Raleigh, NC. At the tender age of eight years old, she began teaching many of the elder freed slaves to read and write. She attends Oberlin College in Ohio, then goes on to become an educator and visionary administrator in Washington, DC at the M Street High School – the most prestigious school for blacks in America at the time.


We follow Dr. Cooper’s career advancements from a beloved teacher and educator to a courageous administrator challenging the Washington, DC school board’s requirements for black students to complete a vocational curriculum. 

Called to Teach documents her efforts as a loyal advocate for black rights, political and social activism, and her fight for citizenship and human rights through the collective efforts of the Civil Rights Movement. 

 

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Washington DC United States

(240) 548-3226

 

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