GANGSTERS: America’s Most Evil: The Kingston Kingpin

Brandy Cavalli (Coke) and a group of writers and media production has been instrumental in putting together much of the television and print media famed incarcerated “kingpin” Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke.

The newest project to hit airwaves is Gangsters: America’s Most Evil, a cinematic documentary series that explores the rise and fall of some of the most nefarious and notorious criminals brought to justice.
Brandy Cavalli (Coke) and her team worked extensively with producers of the very popular hit show which airs on the BIOGRAPHY channel, but due to Coke’s latest legal troubles, were given no tentative date of which the finished product would air on the cable television’s network.
“The Kingston Kingpin” features candid interviews from some of the people closest to the case as well as previous prosecutors and investigators.
Brandy, an independent crime writer and journalist, has been working with members of the Coke family to write and produce a more detailed documentary based on the life of Christopher “Dudus” Coke, entitled The Last King Of Jamrock.
No dates have been confirmed on the filming and release of the documentary.
Brandy, rumored to be the ex girlfriend/lover of Christopher Coke, is now married to “Big Dave” an alleged high ranking official of the Black Mafia Family (BMF) but still contributes and coordinates media and public relations for Christopher Coke.

Check Out the OFFICIAL BIO Channel for more information on “The Kingston Kingpin”
GANGSTERS: America’s Most Evil

Advertisements

Brandy Cavalli-Coke in talks to star in network based docu-series

Gangster Girls screenplay writer Brandy Cavalli-Coke, respectively known as just— “Bee” — recently took to her brand new YouTube channel and hinted that we could get an inside view of what its like to be one of the underworld’s most elite women.

According to entertainment manager Kelli Kamellai, Brandy is in talks with a Hollywood based media group to star in an upcoming docu-series that centers on women that are married or engaged to incarcerated men.

BeeCavMoney

Brandy Cavalli casting for new docu-series centered around crime world

Brandy, aka “IL Capitana”, allegedly has deep ties to the Shower Posse organization, and is currently rumored to be married to YBM Entertainment’s HNIC, “Big Dave” a captain in the Black Mafia Organization, (also known by the 3 letters)… BMF.

Cavalli-Coke owns her own networking company based in Atlanta GA called “The Social Mob LLC” and also coordinates fundraising and clothing drives for her charity The Prettie Committee.

An up and coming writer and journalist, Brandy writes various crime based independent movie scripts and screenplays.

Her latest project, a memoir style short story tentatively entitled “From a Socialite to the Mob”, will chronicle the life of a young sheltered girl’s plight into womanhood, from a ‘street’ perspective.

Miss Coke is known throughout the underworld for her sexy looks, hot girl attitude, and loyalty to her loved ones. Not one for letting people into her personal space, she is reportedly a little “nervous, but ready” to begin filming for the new docu-series.

A widow since her early 20’s, she has survived the many pitfalls of the streets and has still managed to become somewhat of a positive example for young women that find themselves in similar positions.

Follow Brandy’s Official Street Team “Cavalli Coke Online” on Twitter

Written by Bailey Manhattan

Gangster Girls Europe

GANGSTER GIRLS (Europe) Co-Written By Tina Leisch & Ursula Wolschlager takes you on a journey of Gangster Girls in European prison. The filmmakers successfully use makeup and theatrical performance to create an empowering  space for the “gangster girls” to tell THEIR stories.

 GangsterGirlsGermany

They are caught in between heroin trips and toy pistol muggings, between mad shopping sprees and depths of misery. They learn English and jail slang. They crave for substitute happiness smuggled into their cells and the next leave.

At the only women’s prison in Austria, Schwarzau, drug mules, robbers, and frauds share their cells and their yearnings for love, tobacco, and shower gel. They dream of their children who are far away or one of the inmates from Gerasdorf, the prison for male juveniles, brought to the women’s prison once a week for a co-ed theater workshop. What put them behind bars and what is prison doing to them? The young women’s improvised answers on stage are often entirely different than those that they give in intensive interview tableaus. This gives rise to a complex picture, drawn by the prisoners themselves, of the social space of the prison.

The Gangster’s Girl: Last Girl Standing will be an emotional followup to Gangster Girls Europe. Gangster Girls: Last Girl Standing, Co-written by Tracy Bonn and Brandy Nicole Cavalli will focus on the women’s lives after the men in their lives have been removed by either death or jail sentences.

Check Out The Official Trailer for Gangster Girls (Europe)

Watch Here

Producer’s Note

Thank you for your interest in The Gangster Girls Documentary: The Last Girl Standing

Gangstergirlsfilm_doc_set_sized

We look forward bringing you a heartfelt film that will both uplift and encourage young girls and women to overcome tragic situations and be victorious.

These women found themselves caught up in the grips of the street life, but through determination and focus, they were able release the grips of the streets and take control of their lives.

If you or anyone you know is interested in joining the cast of Gangster Girls, please email  indiefilmsgt@gmail.com 

Please follow the show’s team on twitter:

www.twitter.com/gngstergirlsdoc

www.twitter.com/femfatalemovies

www.twitter.com/indiefilmsgt

www.twitter.com/castingreferral

www.twitter.com/thesocialmobllc 

STAY GANGSTER.

Female Gangsters: Stephanie St. Clair

Stephanie St. Clair aka Queenie or Madam Queen was a numbers runner in Harlem in the 1920′s. She went to war with the notorious Jewish gangster, Dutch Schultz, in the 1930s over the Harlem gambling territory. She would publicly expose NYPD officers for corruption by placing advertisements in several leading newspapers about the bribes she gave them.

One of her protege’s, Ellsworth “Bumpy Johnson,” would become a legendary gangster in his own right, being immortalized in the movies “Hoodlum” and “American Gangster.”