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Tommie Samuel Green (born June 3rd, 1985) is an American filmmaker from Highland Park, MI. He is considered one of the founding pioneers during YouTubes golden era and is one of the most successful directors from Michigan. Green is also the CEO of WhiteWood Entertainment LLC, an award-winning multimedia entertainment company founded by Green in 2006. With WhiteWood, Green would go on to direct productions for Microsoft Windows (2008) and Def Jam Records (2009). Green became a viral sensation by earning over 8 million total views with his independent films 'White Girl' (short film 2008) and 'May-December Winds' (short film 2010), as well as ‘Tha Weezy Chronicles' (web series 2009). His subsequent releases between 2010-2019 focused primarily on music video productions such as 'Young Fuol – Devil Killer' (2010), 'Da Twin Towerz – I Need You' (2011) and 'Hollis Jordan – Live for The Moment' (2016). Over a dozen music videos later, Green has become the archetype of Detroit music video directing.

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In 2020, Green would earn an Associate’s Degree in Cinematic Arts from Oakland Community College. By this time, Green's directing style has transitioned into dramas, including , 'Corrupt' (short film 2020), 'Pastor' (short film 2021) and 'Paradox' (short film 2022). Green is the recipient of commercial praise for his directing talent and versatility. In 2009, Green was recognized by the Ferndale Film Festival as one of Michigan’s leading guerrilla filmmakers. Green is the winner of ‘Best of Show’ from the Michigan Student Film and Video Festival (2003), three ‘Best of Show’ awards from the Mitten Movie Project Film Festival (2009-2010) and two Golden Grizzly Awards from the Oakland University International Film Festival (2021). Green is currently enrolled in the Film Production Bachelor's Degree program at Oakland University.

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