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In 2011, Curtis Edward Snow teamed up with director Damon Russell to create the drama Snow on tha Bluff. The film blends staged scenes and documentary footage to capture Snow’s life as a drug dealer in English Avenue. The film brought national attention to the neighborhood and cemented its image as a center of crime and poverty, but failed to elicit much action. Police contacted filmmakers in investigated a string of home invasions, a physical altercation took place between the filmmakers and several audience members at the Atlanta Film Festival, and several rap artists have including Curtis or references to the Bluff in their music videos since then.

There has been no media coverage of any aid or relief work linked directly to the film.

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