Arthur Muhammad, award-winning screenwriter, filmmaker, and producer of the 2015 theatrical release, ‘Carter High’ , BET, Netflix, (Charles Dutton, Vivica Fox, Pooch Hall, David Banner), has a keen eye, cinematic hands, and a patent gift for storytelling; the three key ingredients for developing ranking entertainment. Favored for multiple facets of filmmaking, including masterful editing, Muhammad’s artfully visionary driven talent for transforming words into motion result in stories that integrate themselves into the subconscious of audiences. On any given platform, from films, television, or music videos he’s spun, his ardent flare prompts viewers to submit to every scene. Arthur’s debut short, C’Ya claimed dual wins as Best Film in the Dallas Black Film Festival, and 21st Annual Scottsdale Film Festival. His inaugural feature, Solitaire, nabbed Best Film again from the Dallas Black Film Festival; making it just ripe for pick up for international release by an industry mainstay distributor, Maverick Entertainment.
Arthur Muhammad, bested a host of others seizing the 2009 Cinema City International Film Festival’s Screenwriter Awards, in Los Angeles. Consistently a winner, his Indie feature ‘Black Angels,’ (formerly named ‘Sweet Justice’) sold out the renowned Studio Movie Grill theaters throughout Dallas, TX, landing distribution through Wells Go, USA.
He has since wrapped two films in which he directed, ‘Paradise House’ which was filmed in Dallas and most recently-‘First Impression,’ which was filmed in Atlanta. ‘First Impression’ garnered an official selection in the coveted American Black Film Festival (ABFF) 2014 and is now managing distribution offers.
Currently he’s signed on to direct ‘Behind the Mask’, a documentary on mental health with best-selling author N’Tyse.