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Walking Under the Influence presents:


STUCK is a romantic comedy that follows two strangers who become physically wedged in the act of a “one-night stand”. Their only path to separation is to be vulnerable and share a secret with one another.


STUCK Film Festival Tour 


Black Harvest Film Festival (Chicago) 2018

Gene Siskel Film Center

Address: 164 N State St, Chicago, IL 60601

-A Black Harvest Feast (opening night shorts program)

* Saturday, August 4, 7:30 pm


-Love African American Style

* Friday, August 17 at 6:15 pm

* Saturday, August 18 at 8:15 pm



Martha's Vineyard African America Film Festival 2018

MV Performing Arts Center

Address: 100 Edgartown Vineyard Haven Road,

Oak Bluffs, MA 02557

* Thursday August 9th at 11:00a-12:30 pm




DC Black Film Festival 2018

The Miracle Theater

535 8th Street Southeast
Washington, District of Columbia 20003

Friday, August 17th





Montreal International Black Film Festival 2018

September 26-30, 2018

More details coming soon!


Biographies & Photos

 Javicia Leslie was born in Augsburg, Germany. She moved to Maryland at a young age and was raised in Upper Marlboro near Washington, DC. Her first stream of work began as the lead for the television film, Killer Coach. Javicia has continued work ties with series such as MacGyver, Chef Julian, and Prototype. Along with film, television, and commercials, Javicia has performed in many plays. These plays include August Wilson's Seven Guitars, Ntozake Shange's For Colored Girls, and Bob Fosse's Chicago.

Hari Williams is a Howard University alum, actor and content creator based in LA. While television and film have kept him busy, Hari has still managed to dedicate time to
his first love of being on stage. completed a highly reviewed run of the west coast premiere of “Little Children Dream of God” at the Road Theater, delivering a performance “full of soulful longing” while also “charismatic, charming [and] thoroughly natural.”  Hari's diverse creative credits include Runner, Runner, Caged Animal, Resident Evil biohazard (video game), and My Crazy Roommate.

Praheme is a Black American storyteller from Richmond, Virginia.  He holds a BA in Film Production from Howard University and MFA in Film Production from Florida State University. 


Praheme is the CEO of independent studio Praphetic Praductions and i.a.m.W.E. Film Collective, which creates unique and original content like the award winning film Troop 491: the Adventures of the Muddy Lions (2013),  Stuck (2018), What a ___ day! (Documentary 2012), Soap (2010 ), and Soaked (2009). Praheme specializes in Writing, Directing, and Producing.


Praheme currently lives in Los Angeles and has three feature scripts in development. His most recent collaborations includes Locations Producer for Netflix’s Burning Sands and Production Assistant for acclaimed Director Terrence Nance's "The Charge for the Sun." 



Praphetic Praduction’s Company motto - “We Make Films, We Make History!” 

Hari WIlliams

Javicia Leslie



Stephen Miles ( Director of Photography)

Faren Humes ( Production Design)

John Charles (Art Director)

Mike Brown (Producer)

Greg Anthony/Thunderdome Pictures (Co-Producer)

Miles Maker/Diligent Artists ( Producer)

Saxton Moore/Pixel Prirate: (Creative Producer)

Rich Bell/My Life Media (Co-Producer)

Jon Bibbs (Music Supervisor)

Stephen Griffin (Editor)

Keith Ukrisna (Sound Design)

Kaypri (Casting)

Dan Martinez (Original Music/Composer)

Contributing Producers

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