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New episode of “I Do Film with Cardellia Hunter” features an exclusive fireside chat with Hallmark Media SVP Toni Judkins Discussing “Mahogany Magic!”


New episode of “I Do Film with Cardellia Hunter” features an exclusive fireside chat with Hallmark Media SVP Toni Judkins Discussing “Mahogany Magic!”

The holiday season becomes even more delightful with the enchanting offerings of Hallmark’s “Countdown To Christmas” now available for streaming! In a cozy fireside-styled chat, Cardellia Hunter, creator, and host of “I Do Film,” engages in a heartfelt conversation with Toni JudkinsHallmark Media’s Senior Vice President of Programming Development who shared her an unwavering commitment to portraying authentic narratives through the lens of Black culture. Get ready for an inspiring dialogue that will leave you feeling uplifted and ready for the holidays.

Watch Toni Judkins’ interview here.

Please follow Toni Judkins @iamtonijudkins and I Do Film with Cardellia Hunter on Social Media: @IDoFilmAtlanta

This episode of “I Do Film” was produced by Quyionah Wingfield and Khalia Morris, with editing by Simone Kilgore and artwork by LKS. Executive Producers include Cardellia Hunter (creator and host), Quyionah Wingfield, and Words Matter LLC.

Hashtags: #IDoFilm #CardelliaHunter #Podcast #IDoFilmAtlanta

Cardellia Hunter

Host of “I Do Film with Cardellia Hunter”

Director of the Mayor’s Office of Film, Entertainment, and Nightlife for the City of Atlanta

A 15-year entertainment industry veteran with experience in music, television, and film production, Cardellia Hunter’s extensive experience as a liaison between municipalities, civic stakeholders, film studios, and location scouts has made her a valuable asset to the City of Atlanta! Cardellia has received numerous accolades from her peers, including the Locations Manager Guild International Award for her work on the film Baby Driver. She is certified by the Association of Film Commissioners and is an active member of Women in Film & Television Atlanta and Black Women’s Film Network. Grambling State University’s Office of Alumni Affairs awarded and recognized her as their 2019 Gramfam Influencer. Cardellia knows the players, and the protocol, smoothly transitioning projects through convoluted bureaucracy to completion. Some of her favorite films that she has worked with include Fast & Furious Franchise, Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, and Baby Driver. Cardellia graduated from Grambling State University with a B.S. in Marketing.

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