Music World Film & TV

Mathew Knowles is known for his unparalleled success in the music industry, but has also created a lasting impact in the film and television space—an area of continued focus for him.


Via Music World Films & TV, he is currently working on a number of new, exciting, and thought-provoking projects and is seeking to work directly with investors who are interested in becoming involved in these upcoming titles which include some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry. 



Big John Kenny, Elison Kenny’s father, is a beloved figure in the Black Creek Falls community. He's never met a stranger but he's rescued, helped and fed too many to count. Despite the clear and present dangers inherent with life during black codes and peonage.


The Kenny family's thrived with pure entrepreneurialism, grit, community activism and an unmatched year round holiday spirit.


The Emancipation of Slaves Through Music (Working Title)

Nine episodes that tell the story of how African and Caribbean captives created the sonic foundation of contemporary music throughout the world.


In each episode, A-list narrators will be joined by prominent musical artists in gospel, jazz, hip hop, rock and soul — to guide viewers through musical eras that were formed by the sheer heart, soul and will of their enslaved African predecessors.


Civil Rights Diaries


The "CIVIL RIGHTS DIARIES" combines the box office appeal of the hit TV Show "Scandal" fueled by the growing curiosity about black history, weaponized by the Black Lives Matter Movement. Sprinkle in an original soundtrack that combines the most prolific genres of music, R&B, Pop and Rap . A Civil Rights icon known as “The Mother of the Movement” dies at the age of 101 years old. Her house was like a chapel and the kitchen a confessional booth where the sins from the era of the Civil Rights Movement were confessed over a pot of collard greens or a bowl of chitlins.


High profile dignitaries, scorned spouses, adulterers, murderers, pedophiles and more, hoped she would take their secrets to her grave. And she did. What they didn’t know was that she also kept a diary.



Set in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Orleans is about an ensuing battle between corrupt police and Blackwater mercenaries. Drugs and murder are themes that Orleans touches on. Boundaries and loyalties breakdown as the city and its political institutions collapse upon themselves. Revealed are the atrocities that were focused on the 9th Ward…Black Lives Matter.


Mathew Knowles Story

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The rags to riches story of entrepreneur, corporate leader, and music mogul: Mathew Knowles. 

This is an emotional, heart-felt and inspiring real-life story about Mathew Knowles' early beginnings growing up on a dirt road in Gadsden, Alabama. You'll witness and experience his trials and tribulations growing up as a black man in the 50s and 60s, his successes as a corporate salesman and his unrivalled achievements in the music industry and as an entrepreneur.

As you'll see, success is very rarely a straight line, but rather a journey through successes, failures, mistakes, achievements, triumphs and heartbreaks. 

This is a motivating, behind the curtains look at what it really takes to achieve success and leave a lasting impact in the world.

Mathew Knowles is the author of Racism From The Eyes of a Child, in which the Quilts motion picture script is based and also The Emancipation of Slaves Through Music which is an upcoming self-titled feature.

He has served as executive producer for more than 100 award-winning multiplatinum albums in multiple genres including soundtracks such as Masters of Disguise, Fighting Temptations, Dreamgirls, and Grammy nominated and award-winning Cadillac Records, all of which were on his Music World label.

He was also the executive producer of the blockbuster hits “Check On It”, which was the single for the Pink Panther movie as well as “Independent Women Part 1”, which became the theme song for the film Charlies Angels, which held the number one spot on the U.S. Billboard charts for eleven consecutive weeks.

Knowles also achieved considerable success in Europe with #1 reality shows Chancers and Breaking From Above.

Additionally, Knowles was an executive producer for the movie Obsessed which spent its’ first week atop the U.S. box office and grossed $73.8 million worldwide. The film was released on home video in 2009 in the U.S. and has sold over $22 million of consumer spending.