Bijan C. Bayne has researched, written for, produced, directed & been interviewed in various films and television shows. His screenplay made the quarterfinals of BET's Color Creative "Script To Screen" competition in 2018. He appears in the 2020 movie "The First To Do It". In April 2014, he appeared on TV One's "Unsung Hollywood"'s episode "The Harlem Globetrotters". Bayne wrote animated ads for the National Science Teaching Association. Bayne was interviewed and featured in Brian Culkin's documentary "The Mission". Bayne wrote the tv pilots for rapper/producer Jazzy Jeff, and for rapper Akinyele. In addition, he served as a consultant to BassetTV, & MindSwarms, for branding Nike, & producing marketing videos about sportswear, elite athletes, and to specific demographics. He wrote the chapter on New Wave Cinema, in the ABL-CIO book "Race In American Film: Voices and Visions that Shaped a Nation". He also wrote the book's chapter on the movie" Odds Against Tomorrow". He will be producing live readings of the original "The Twilight Zone" on Cape Cod. His articles have appeared in ESPN's "The Undefeated". Bayne is a producer of the documentary "Supreme Courts". In 2015, Bayne co-wrote, directed, and helped cast the pilot for the reality series "Team of Dreams". In August 2009, he served as moderator for the Filmmakers' Panel at the seventh annual Martha's Vineyard African American Film Festival (on the topic "Black Film In The Age of Obama"). Bayne consulted the U.S. Navy SEALs on promotional videos and ad campaigns, and has media coached SEALs. He wrote and helped cast tv ads for the U.S. Coast Guard. Bayne has served as a consultant for film & television clients such as Aviva Kempner, WHUT Channel 32 (Washington PBS), and WTTH in Chicago, Spike Lee, & Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's "On The Shoulders of Giants". Bayne also helped produce & write the fitness DVD "The Hayes Way". He served as DC publicist for the award-winning film, "Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg". Bayne conducted research for Aviva Kempner's award-winning documentary "The Rosenwald Schools", and her award-winning film "The Catcher Was A Spy". He has been featured on television shows such as WHDH TV Boston.
A mentally unstable Vietnam war veteran works as a night-time taxi driver in New York City where the perceived decadence and sleaze feeds his urge for a action, attempting to save a preadolescent prostitute in the process. A mentally unstable Vietnam war veteran works as a night-time taxi driver in New York City where the perceived decadence and sleaze feeds his urge for a action, attempting to save a preadolescent prostitute in the process.