THE ONYXCON FILM FESTIVAL was made official in 2016. We have always shown and embraced cinema as one of the ultimate expressions of the Arts in unison. We love film and are dedicated to featuring talent filled productions from all over the world and local to Georgia that honor our mission. We fully support and celebrate MADE IN GEORGIA films.
SCIENCE FICTION and THRILLERS will be the headliners of this year's festival! See below.
ONYXCON is absolutely overwhelmed with excitement as we welcome a true thespian and legend of film, video game voiceovers, and more with RICK WORTHY at out 2nd Film Festival and 9th official year!
A native Detroiter, Worthy studied Tae Kwon Do at a young age. Rick graduated from Southfield Senior High in 1985 and then the University of Michigan in 1990. He then moved to Chicago where he performed at several prestigious theaters including Chicago Dramatists Workshop, The Goodman Theatre, and Victory Gardens Theater. Rick's father is a retired United Auto Workers (UAW) executive, and his mother owns and operates Studio One, a photo restoration company. Rick lives in Los Angeles, California.
Notable to STAR TREK fans: Worthy has played five different characters in the Star Trek franchise, appearing in 14 episodes of the various spin-off series and in Star Trek: Insurrection (1998)
Most new and old fans of Worthy will recognize him as DEAN FOGG on the popular SyFy hit show The MAGICIANS!
BE AT ONYXCON TO WELCOME RICK WORTHY!
Terence Rosemore was born in Great Falls, Montana and raised in New Orleans where he got his start as an Actor in Ted Gilliam's Dashiki Theatre Company.
He is an award winning Filmmaker and Actor who has appeared in dozens of feature films including Triple 9, The Nice Guys, When The Game Stands Tall, The Apostle, Candyman 2 and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. His Television work includes appearances on Scream Queens, True Detectives, American Horror Story, Bessie, Zoo, Roots and HBO's critically acclaimed Treme, where he portrayed Chief Eugene Marsden for three seasons.
His extensive behind the camera production credits includes Dr. Phil, The Fast and the Furious:Tokyo Drift, The Doctors, Gridiron Gang, 24, NFL Films, The Skeleton Key, Monster's Ball, and It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia. From 1999 to 2001 Rosemore served as Cash Money Records Casting Director, casting the feature film Baller Blockin, as well as music videos for Lil Wayne, Juvenile, The Hot Boys, Manny Fresh and The Big Tymers. Content created by Rosemore's Out of Nowhere Films has been featured on Fox Television, ABC, NBC/Universal's DotComedy.com, and Columbia/Sony's Crackle.com.
Rosemore says his ultimate goal is to "significantly increase minority and female participation in all aspects of the Arts and Entertainment industries.".