THE NEXUS ENTERTAINMENT GROUPNEXUS FILMS, INC.Nexus Films is a Limited Liability Company established for the purpose of developing and producing feature motion pictures for distribution worldwide. Founded in 1992 and incorporated in 1998, NEXUS Films, Inc., referred to as NEXUS, is an independent film company engaged in the development and production of motion picture films for theatrical release. NEXUS has produced films and video projects at cost-effective prices, including music videos, television commercials, shorts, documentaries and the feature-length motion pictures, Fifth Ward (1999), Thug Life (2000), Diamonds of the Bantus(2002), "The Dirty Third II: Home Sweet Home" aka Survival of the Illest (2002), My Big Phat Hip Hop Family(2005), Treasure in tha Hood(2005), Resurrection: The J.R. Richard Story(2005), Hurricane Katrina and the Project named Desire aka Waters Rising (2007), Mike Jones: American Dream (2007) and A Gangland Love Story (2010). See attachment.NEXUS' goals are to make films that will raise awareness in the African-American community as well as entertain and exploit that awareness to a mass ethnic population. Through the Fifth Ward Young Filmmaker's Project, an organization created by Greg Carter in 1991, Carter has instructed over fifty underprivileged inner-city youths in the art and craft of filmmaking. The growth and intentions of NEXUS are related and linked to the community.