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Tyler Perry Studio’s was established in 2006 and moved into its current facilities in the fall of 2008. This 200,000 square foot Studio, located in Southwest Atlanta, consists of 5 sound stages, a post-production facility, a back lot, a 400-seat theater, a private screening room, and designated areas for entertaining and hosting events.

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  • Mayra Duron Tucson, AZ

    I don't have a creative story line to capture your attention. I have nothing to offer but I have a story to tell...There are many, too many who also have my story but many will never speak. My father molested me and it took me 15 years to face freedom. The reason why I am contacting you is because the Church does an excellent job of emphasizing forgiveness but lacks on the value of accountability. I am certain through a film we can expose that forgiveness and accountability do in fact coexist. I am still in the process of healing but I speak out of triumph and not pity. My father molested me and when sexual abuse occurs in our Latino community somehow the family ends up protecting the perpetrator. It's never intentional but that is what evolves when reality becomes so twisted. I sense this happens in every culture so I would like to not segregate this issue I am just advocating for many many vulnerable children. "My story is so twisted I cant find where to begin." I have lied to my family My mother My friends My husband but mostly I lied to myself... In my journey I have confronted pastors, parole officers, and most of all my father. I have learned through my rebellion that pity is useless and no one can rescue me. My thoughts were too heavy and the torment ran so deep that only God could wrestle with me. And He did. I am writing you my story on the hope that you do something bigger with this... Mr. Perry if this truly does get to you would you call me to help tell this story because to many of us share the same pain. I don't think you will be wasting your time...

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  • C.C. Campbell-Rock New Orleans

    Say Bay...lol...I mean Mr. Perry...homeboy... I hear you're coming to your birth city, New Orleans. I'd like to show you around and be your production assistant here and elsewhere. I am a social justice journalist, experienced in television, theater, and radio production. I would claim film production, but we weren't reared to lie (lol). Anyway, I am thrilled at the thought of working with you and TPS. Make my dreams come through! Note: TPS staff, please help by passing on my request to Mr. Perry, I am sincerely, Eternally grateful!

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  • Pamela Jackson Mobile AL

    Greetings Mr Perry, I have a movie ideal that is totally out of character of you, but it can be a result of a new beginning. Please contact.

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    • Joseph 15212 #2166714

      Did he reply to you?

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  • Sandra Donaldson Maryland

    01/28/2016 Hello Tyler, I have always admired your body of work, you have put out some great inspiring plays and movies that has help many of us. I want to share an idea with you for a project that I have. Without hesitation, I strongly believed that you can put wings to this project. The end result of the project will be remarkable. I know that you are a very busy person, and your plate is over flowing with other demands. However, please take the time to reach out to me and I can give you more details about the project. I know you will make all of us happy, meaning your fans to bring this project to the big screen. Thank you for taking the time to read my email and I hope to hear from you soon. Please continue making inspirational movies. Peace and Blessing ~SD~

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  • Shupon Prairie, MS

    I would like it very much if you would make a movie about my story so I can go to school and become something for me and my children. I feel it would come to life. God will prepare a table before us in the presence of my enemies.

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  • Delores Lott-Baker San Antonio Texas

    Thank You, that was wonderful and very inspiring I pray I can work with you someday, I'm very creative and talented...

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  • Charles Ellis Romeoville, il

    How do we contact your producers with a movie idea submission

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  • Juana

    A colleague of my own been able to change CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE! observe the video

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  • Lillivette Pawtucket, RI

    Hi" I hope your in best of health, I have a story to tell YOU!!! I hope to hear from you soon! May God Bless you n keeps on giving you the strength to continue to b YOU...❣

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  • David E. Robinson III Decatur, GA

    Greetings Tyler. I am a big fan of your motion pictures. I have a talented group of students that play stringed instruments (violin, viol, cello, and double bass) called the Still Waters Youth Sinfo-Nia Orchestra of Metropolitan Atlanta. Founded in 1990 as the William Grant Still Memorial Youth Orchestra, we provide quality instruction in orchestral music; not only classical, but also jazz, N**** spiritual, reggae, ragtime, gospel, country, "soca" (the music of Trinidad & Tobago), Top-40: rock, R & B, hip-hop, and so on. We have traveled all over the U.S. and twice to West Africa. It is sad to see that all across the country many of the inner-city public schools have cut out orchestral music. Orchestral music is the gateways to the humanities - world history, world literature, foreign languages, natural sciences, the composers, where they lived, their occupations, the events surrounding their music and so on. In other words, orchestra will help students in their academic subjects of math, science, social studies, language arts, and foreign languages. I want to say that your films show the best of Atlanta. If you ever need a good-looking group of talented string players in some scenes, please look us up on the Internet including YouTube and Facebook. Keep up the great work in the motion picture field and much continued success in your new facility.

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  • Melissa Salinas,CA

    Hi!!!

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  • Jaime North United States of America Williamsburg Virginia 23185

    I learned about you when I started watching your showsby madea's family reunion is my favorite one I am a 36 year old young Latin American man I send you a email and text letting you know a little bit by myself. In other words I told you a little story which is all true ask growing up I had a very rough life and life too I wish on no kid I was raped two different times and it happened when I was 7 years of age and again when I was 9 years of age and I was also abused being with with TV cord and being punched by a closed fist by a grown man my brothers and sister went through the same but because I was the oldest I got it worse my beautiful loving mother was right when she was a teenager then she had me at age 7 I will industries with my two little brothers because we ran away only so we can go to the train station and bake for some money so we can take some food back to the house to feed my mother and my baby sister without my mother's boyfriend knowing but it got even worse I would like to work in agreement with you Tyler Perry which I know you can use my stories and your TV show and you can also use it in your movies I just want to be Financial good so I can take care of my family and give them the things I never had a strong enough I never had a** growing up I just want to give my family a better life that is why I would like to come to you first and work something out for my true story which I know is going to touch millions of hearts you have my full information and then I hope to hear back from you soon Tyler Perry may you be blessed and thank you so much for your time

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    • John P Dennis Atlanta #2166686

      Mr. Perry, I have a tremendous movie idea that perhaps only you or a film-maker such as Lee Daniels could make. I would love to hear from you.

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