MyWay Podcast

From Prison To Author & Screenwriter, AR Hilton Talks New Indie Film "Anonymous Killers" & It's Relevant Message, Writing Being Therapeutic & More

December 10, 2020 Inspiring, Uplifting, & Educating The Culture Season 1 Episode 8
MyWay Podcast
From Prison To Author & Screenwriter, AR Hilton Talks New Indie Film "Anonymous Killers" & It's Relevant Message, Writing Being Therapeutic & More
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MyWay Podcast
From Prison To Author & Screenwriter, AR Hilton Talks New Indie Film "Anonymous Killers" & It's Relevant Message, Writing Being Therapeutic & More
Dec 10, 2020 Season 1 Episode 8
Inspiring, Uplifting, & Educating The Culture

Fresh and unprecedented author and filmmaker, A. R. Hilton certainly exemplifies that. He was born in a place many people call a paradox, Mount Vernon New York. It boasts both tree-lined, family-oriented streets as well as the beautifully dilapidated, urban atmosphere that many New York City dwellers are accustomed to. These were the streets that inspired A. R. Hilton to become a writer, author, and expressionist of life's experiences and lessons.

In 2008 Hilton's debut novel, THAT LIFE (Prophecy of a Hustler), introduced us to characters that walk a parallel path--a path that Hilton's traveled in his own life--which led him to Federal and State prisons for over 18 years of his adult life. A. R. Hilton sought the direct guidance and motivation of black literary giants such as Ralph Ellison and James Baldwin with his intensely expressive masterpiece.

About "Anonymous Killers"
Four seasoned killers and one hapless professor are rounded up in one violent swoop and awake in chains to discover they are part of a demented experiment orchestrated by a maniacal, mysterious captor.

To decide their fate, they must share the motives behind their crimes as they face the judgment of their peers. The rules are non-negotiable and the outcome is clear: live or die. The moral compass spins frantically as all fight to justify their lives before the final vote is cast.

You can view the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EwyaUdsPm1M

Instagram:
@AR_Hilton
@MyWayMagazine
@TheWorldOfKenya

Website:
www.MyWayMagazine.com

Show Notes

Fresh and unprecedented author and filmmaker, A. R. Hilton certainly exemplifies that. He was born in a place many people call a paradox, Mount Vernon New York. It boasts both tree-lined, family-oriented streets as well as the beautifully dilapidated, urban atmosphere that many New York City dwellers are accustomed to. These were the streets that inspired A. R. Hilton to become a writer, author, and expressionist of life's experiences and lessons.

In 2008 Hilton's debut novel, THAT LIFE (Prophecy of a Hustler), introduced us to characters that walk a parallel path--a path that Hilton's traveled in his own life--which led him to Federal and State prisons for over 18 years of his adult life. A. R. Hilton sought the direct guidance and motivation of black literary giants such as Ralph Ellison and James Baldwin with his intensely expressive masterpiece.

About "Anonymous Killers"
Four seasoned killers and one hapless professor are rounded up in one violent swoop and awake in chains to discover they are part of a demented experiment orchestrated by a maniacal, mysterious captor.

To decide their fate, they must share the motives behind their crimes as they face the judgment of their peers. The rules are non-negotiable and the outcome is clear: live or die. The moral compass spins frantically as all fight to justify their lives before the final vote is cast.

You can view the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EwyaUdsPm1M

Instagram:
@AR_Hilton
@MyWayMagazine
@TheWorldOfKenya

Website:
www.MyWayMagazine.com