Lawrenceville, GA, October 06, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Atlanta native, Cheryle Renee Moses, announces the 2018 release of UrbanFlixToGo streaming service. This unique platform will showcase over 16 years of award-winning content from independent filmmakers, and will include the AfroFuturism genre — Black Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Horror. Upon its launch, UrbanFlixToGo will stand as the only black and female owned streaming service with a large collection of content in the AfroFuturism genre. Generous royalties will be paid to content creators, and to continue nurturing future content creators, UrbanFlixToGo will allocate 15% of profits to serve as ongoing micro-funding for projects.
“UrbanFlixToGo has been in the making for several years now, and I am excited to now be ready to launch the streaming service,” said Moses. “My motto has always been to go courageously as you pursue your dreams. I guess that’s what I’m doing now.” Moses is the founder and producer of the Urban Mediamakers Film Festival held annually in metro Atlanta, Georgia. With the launch of UrbanFlixToGo, Moses is providing something exciting to those who enjoy streaming entertainment along with providing opportunities to those in the community producing creative content.
Look for UrbanFlixToGo to launch on January 1, 2018. Get ready to subscribe and support urban storytellers.