This interview is with Jerry Bell, Jr., actor, producer, award winning film director, and owner of JBJr Productions. In this interview, Jerry discusses how he got into acting compared to his former career as an engineer, and later pursuing his own creative work. He explains how this passion lead him to be a director, and later talks about making the documentary “Red White and Black,” a film highlighting the challenges and organic stories of minority winemakers. Perhaps what makes Jerry’s work so inspiring is his unique lens displayed in his work; he states that initiatives like the documentary he created is one step towards gaining the equality and exposure minorities deserve. “People relate to realness,” he states, as he describes learning more about the wine industry and the impact it can have on people and culture.

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