We’re excited to share with you that we’ve partnered with filmmaker Janks Morton and author Eric Payne to offer a special 72 hour Father’s Day sale. Step away from the necktie and get the special dad in your life a truly unique gift this year.
For just $35 you can get our Father’s Day Gift Set which includes:
This sale is only running until Sunday night and we only have 100 total bundles available so act fast!
To purchase the set now you can go here.
We have a limited quantity of Father’s Day DVD Bundles that include iYago Entertainment’s Men II Boys and Tyler New Media’s Men Ain’t Boys. These two films make the perfect companion pieces and will be the unique gift that the Dad in your life will love!
This bundle would normally cost you close to 50 dollars. If you order now you can get your set for just $35. We only have a total of 100 sets and this sale ends on Sunday night so don’t wait! Get your Father’s Day Gift Set today by going to Fathersday.Tylernewmedia.com!
SYNOPSIS: At a time when African American men are often depicted poorly throughout mainstream media Tyler New Media breaks that trend with Men Ain’t Boys. The film offers a thought-provoking look at issues such as stereotypes surrounding manhood, the results of effective fatherhood and the requirements for maintaining lasting love, relationships and marriages. Men Ain’t Boys provides a blueprint for men, women and children to learn how real men live and how real men love.
SYNOPSIS: In his award winning film What Black Men Think, Janks Morton opened new doors for open and honest dialogue amongst Black Men and Women. By shattering myths, stereotypes and misperceptions about Black Male Identity, the film attracted national and international media recognition by refuting the oft-quoted myth of more black men being incarcerated than in colleges and universities. Morton is Confident that he will continue the series of urgent and necessary dialogue through Men II Boys.
by Eric Payne
Becoming a father is a matter of biology — Procreation 101. But becoming DAD is a determined decision. Yours! It is the trial and error, day-in-day-out effort a man makes and sticks to for the long haul, taking the good with the bad, the joyous with the absolutely dreaded. It would be nice to have big muscles, have skin as tough as steel or be able to leap tall buildings. But even if this were possible, it wouldn’t matter as far as a father’s role in his child’s life. As DAD it doesn’t matter what you look like. You can be short, tall, skinny or fat. Being DAD means wearing a lot of hats — protector, provider, servant, administrator, caregiver and (gasp) nurturer. There are days when you have the luxury of choice.
Then there are those days when the hats choose you…
Of course being Dad isn’t as easy as A, B, C! What great occupation ever has been? This book of 26 Dos & Don’ts for DAD (and Mom too) along with its included workbook exercises will challenge and inspire men from all walks of life to do better and to do more with their families and themselves. This is Fatherhood Revealed from the trenches of real-life Dad-dom.