Mitchell Jones was born in a large neighborhood. Rose by two lower-middle class African-American parents, he had a quiet childhood with few friends, maybe because he always had his head in a book. At age 6, he loved to read and write and often wrote until his hands were numb. He has two siblings, who he gets along with. Everyone in Mitch’s class knew he could write better than them so they didn’t even compete with him. At 9, he narrated a play about the “Settlers” and Thanksgiving. At 12, he became homeschooled and went to a few co-ops making stellar marks at all of them. At 13, he played football for a little league football team, they didn’t win often because the other teams often cheated having over-aged players but he excelled in DT, MLB, C, OT, and RE. At, a young age he learned to read and write. When Mitch turned 17 he aced his GED with flying colors. His hobbies are reading several genres of books and playing chess. Mitch looks forward to a career in Agricultural Sciences, Pharm Tech, and Journalism, he’s very ambitious. In his short life, he has already sold ice cream and worked as his father’s plumbing assistant for many years. His artistic style is literary expression. Won many essay competitions as a young child and was undisputed spelling bee champion. Sung tenor and bass in TBAAL’s adult choirs’ televised event in 2009, also sung in children’s choir for 2 years. Mitch’s acting career started at TBAAL where he was an extra for 4 years (2005-2008), during that time he was taught dancing, acting, and theatre. But Mitch quit attending TBAAL’s summer enrichment program for honorable reasons, to find his own creative identity. Mitchell also participated in the 2011 Black Film Festival of Dallas. He wrote many profiles for talented young artists, all of the artists were over satisfied for the way Mitch portrayed their talents. As a child Mitch was surrounded by many negative influences but never succumbed to them. To add to his resume he has written a few poems and essays. He has a charismatic approach to his interviews making his subjects feel at home and comfortable even during personal questioning. People don’t understand Mitch’s determination he spent 18 months searching for a job filling out hundreds of long, monotonous applications, but never gave up! A future project of Mitch’s is for him to own a business, profiling influential and beginning artists and producing their art. Right now he has already promoted, and managed artists and their profiles. Mitch is looking for someone to buy his script in the near future. He has ventured in Self-employment and Sales since he was 12 years old! Editor of IndiKids starting in January 2014, Mitch possesses the skill to compute mathematical figures quickly and writing good articles and essays. What sets Mitch apart is his non-linear storylines and invigorating speeches that bring out a passion in readers like no other! Mitch would make a stellar Author, Scriptwriter, Journalist, Talent Scout and Interviewer. Wrote Feature Film at only age 17 that is currently for sell, it’s sure to win several film festivals and make lots of money! The movie that he has written is like Boyz in the Hood meets the Fighter; this movie is rather inexpensive to make yet highly captivating to young urban youth who feel like they are getting KO’d by life! Send your bids for the script to journalismmatters@yahoo.com. He is willing to co-produce, co-direct, or help in audio, lighting, and other areas of production!

Tell every serious Producer you know about this film it could give their career a boost or his! Thank You for your time and consideration

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