Emergency Contact is a comedy about a single black female in her early 30s whose tired of having to list her mother as her Emergency Contact. Thomasina Atkins, known as Goo Goo makes her ground breaking role, starring as ROXANNA BILTMORE, a saucy hopeless romantic who tries every trick in the book to avoid remaining alone. After being prompted by her brick-house mother, RUTHIE BILTMORE, played by Vanessa Bell Calloway, Roxanna reaches out to her high school crush, TREY, played by Trae Ireland.  Once her sister, LACY BALTIMORE-RAY, played by Brely Evans gets wind of Roxanna’s stupid decision she gives her an ear full.  Things get even more complicated for Roxanna when she randomly meets VINCE COTTON, played by Issac Keys.

Emergency Contact is written & directed by Nicolle M. Whalen (Morgan Series, The Secret Closet, Non Verbals, Can You Spare Some Change).  Nicolle is also Producing the film along side Julia Brewer. Julia is also serving as the films Executive Producer.

The CAST is headed by fashionista turned actress, Goo Goo Atkins (Mary Mary), Isaac Keys (Jurassic World, Beyond the Lights), Trae Ireland (Chocolate City, Patterns of Attraction and For The Love of Christmas), Brely Evans (Being Mary Jane, Shame, Let The Church Say Amen), Vanessa Bell Calloway (Shameless, 5 Heartbeats, What’s Love Got To Do With It, Coming To America), Moritz Williams (The Box, Black Boots) and Jessica Quintero (Hurt People, Black Boots)

The CREW behind the lens includes our Associate Producers, Natalie Knox & Tami P; Director of Photographer, Wes Stewart (A Love Undefined and Good Luck), Assistant Camera & Editor, Jermaine Brandon (Surviving the Dead) and Sound, Ethan Molomut, Motion Graphics, Chris O’Neal, and Caricatures Artist, Ellen Bowen.  The film was Composed by Joshua Dutrieux and musically supervised by the amazing Jazz from the group Dru Hill.

Story by – Julia Brewer & Nicolle M Whalen
Written by – Nicolle M Whalen

Nurse with a Purse Productions & NHizWill Productions present a Nicolle M. Whalen film, Emergency Contact. The film has been rated PG13 by the MPAA for language, sexual content and light violence.