Category: TRAILERS & PROMOS

CHRISTOPHER C. ODOM Trailers Promos Commercials Demo Reel

Hard-working, dynamic, articulate, goal-oriented, creative, visual storyteller. More than 15 years experience in leadership roles in the entertainment, media, web, education, and non-profit sectors. Experience building and leading diverse teams. Successful track record of financial management, exceeding quality expectations, and creating, implementing, and improving systems of operation. Expertise in drafting and negotiating contracts, managing long-term projects from concept to completion, and maximizing man-hours and budget dollars.

A Will To Win

I shot and edited this teaser trailer for “A Will To Win,” which is about the history of athletics and academics at Tennessee State University (TSU). It is a Co-Production between Shereitte C. Stokes, III and One Way Or Another Productions, LLC. Princeton Holt, whom I worked with on “10 Commandments of Chloe” is the director. I am attached as the Cinematographer for the documentary feature.

The 23rd Psalm Faith Based Trailer

This is the original Festival Trailer for my Faith-Based feature, “The 23rd Psalm.” It screened in and won awards in Film Festivals around the world including “Best Film by a Black Filmmaker” in the “Berlin Black Cinema International Festival” and “Best Film” in the “San Diego Black Film Festival.” “The 23rd Psalm” is the story of a troubled Police Detective…

The 23rd Psalm Festival Trailer

This is the original Festival Trailer for my Faith-Based feature, “The 23rd Psalm.” It screened in and won awards in Film Festivals around the world including “Best Film by a Black Filmmaker” in the “Berlin Black Cinema International Festival” and “Best Film” in the “San Diego Black Film Festival.” “The 23rd Psalm” is the story of an evolving, empathetic, African-American,…

The 23rd Psalm Scene Trailer

This is a scene from my Faith-Based feature, “The 23rd Psalm.” It screened in and won awards in Film Festivals around the world including “Best Film by a Black Filmmaker” in the “Berlin Black Cinema International Festival” and “Best Film” in the “San Diego Black Film Festival.” In this scene, Detective John Smith (Markhum Stansbury Jr.) questions Pastor Dennis Luther…