A black man and young black boy grasping hands and smiling, as the cover of David Fortune's '15 short film, "COLOR BOOK."
David Fortune’s ’15 Short File “Color Book” Is Selected for World Premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival

David Fortune’s ’15 short film, “COLOR BOOK,” has been selected for its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York on June 8th, 10th, and 14th.David Fortune ’15, a graduate of Morehouse College and LMU School of Film and Television, brings a unique perspective to his work. His films, often set in inner-city environments, delve into the themes of intimacy and human connection. This distinct approach has led to collaborations with renowned companies such as Netflix, Village Roadshow Entertainment Group, Hillman Grad, Indeed, and Options For All, where he has developed empowering narratives focused on marginalized communities. 

The heartwarming film COLOR BOOK chronicles the life of single father Lucky and his son Mason, who has Down syndrome. After the tragic loss of his wife, Lucky embarks on a journey of parenthood, filled with both joys and challenges. Mason, a vibrant 11-year-old, finds solace in his color book and the shared love of baseball with his dad. Together, they set off on a poignant journey across Metro Atlanta to attend their first baseball game, a trip that will change their lives forever.  

By Morehouse College Career Development and Engagement
Morehouse College Career Development and Engagement