Official Release Date: May 1, 2012
From the creators of BlackandMarriedWithKids.com, Happily Ever After and You Saved Me comes the next installment of timeless love stories. A diverse group of couples provide transparent, insightful conversation about what it takes to have lasting power in current day marriages. Through infidelity, chronic illness, financial crisis and more these couples explain WHY and more importantly HOW they are STILL STANDING.Starring Kindred the Family Soul, Speech (Arrested Development) and Yolanda Thomas and Dr. Sherry Blake.
Men Ain’t Boys
At a time when African American men are often depicted poorly throughout mainstream media Tyler New Media breaks that trend with Men Ain’t Boys. The film offers a thought provoking look at issues such as stereotypes surrounding manhood, the results of effective fatherhood and the requirements for maintaining lasting love, relationships and marriages. Men Ain’t Boys provides a blueprint for men, women and children to learn how real men live and how real men love.
You Saved Me
You Saved Me takes an emotional, in-depth look into the marriages of eight African-American couples, exploring marriages trials, changes, successes, and ultimately, the healing that comes out of true love and commitment. The documentary premiered in 25 cities in March 2010, drawing thousands of viewers and sell out crowds. It received national media attention and made an international splash when it was featured in the U.K. documentary, Brides and Prejudice. The Tylers are kicking off a summer tour of the film, traveling to venues in Houston, Chicago, Baltimore, Orlando, and other cities nationwide.
Happily Ever After: A Positive Image of Black Marriage
Happily Ever After is the Tylers’ first film and the movie that started the movement. Through Happily Ever After, the Tylers sought to challenge negative media representations of Black marriage and relationships through interviews with real-life, successful Black couples. Counselors and marriage experts speak on the prevalence of Black marriage stereotypes and the multi-layered effect of the decline of Black marriage and families.