Bobby Huntley is a director, producer, writer, and editor who began making movies at 10-years old. The world took notice of his skills after the viral movie Auntie in 2019 which is a horror spoof about the infamous Aunt Vivian Banks from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
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Huntley’s has been building his brand unconventionally as he has no current support from major film companies. Instead, he gathers supporters by touring the country with his award-winning projects. He also speaks at high schools and universities to give students a real perspective of indie filmmaking… both the highs and the lows. Bobby has experienced both, facing homelessness and hunger in order to travel with his films across the country. (Source: BlackNews.com)