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Monday, June 29, 2020

Black Filmmaker Remotely Produces Romantic Comedy Web Series ‘QT’ While in Quarantine

New romantic comedy web series starring predominately Black cast was written and filmed without breaking social distancing rules.

QT romantic comedy web series

Los Angeles, CA — Los Angeles filmmaker, Tamieka Briscoe, uses virtual directing to bring her new romantic comedy series, QT, to the web. The show, about two characters who find love during the quarantine, was completely written and filmed during the lockdown without breaking any social distancing rules.

According to Briscoe, “It was really important for us to adhere to the rules of the stay-at-home order issued by the governor of California in March. From auditions to table reads, rehearsals, and filming… no social distancing rules were broken. Everything was filmed remotely. This extremely talented cast and crew were able to tell a captivating and romantic story without ever being in the same place physically.”

Actors Kamri Cole and Borge Etienne star as the leads in the series, which comes out with a new episode each Friday. Not only is QT unique for being produced during the quarantine, but it also offers another important dynamic in a sensitive climate.

“The cast and crew is currently made up entirely of people of color, predominately black. At a time when so many across the world are rallying to give us a voice, it feels amazing to tell our stories and depict us as individuals capable of and in search of love and belonging,” said Briscoe.

The episodes are filmed remotely from the cast members’ homes all over the country, including in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Mississippi, Texas, and Alabama.

The entire series can be seen now at www.youtube.com/c/qtseries

Also, follow on social media:
Facebook – TheQTSeries
Instagram – @qtseries

About QT
QT is a new romantic comedy web series completely produced in quarantine by Tamieka Briscoe.


Tamieka Briscoe