Stories of Black femininity and the different experiences it encapsulates.
Her, She is a visual love letter addressed to women seeking reassurance of their magic.
When a capable and hardworking young Black woman seeks advancement in her corporate career, she comes face-to-face with the gender and racial biases of her workplace. All the while, a broader climate of hate continues to grow.
Blue is a short film about the struggle of being different.
A young singer, Rashida, finds the magic of her voice on one wild night. Starring Eden Duncan-Smith (See You Yesterday, Roxanne Roxanne)
Pagliacci is a film that follows Justine Jennings, a conservative news pundit, and asks what is the price of selling out in America, when being Black already costs.
Raised in a small racially divided town, Leslie, a white alcoholic, drug-addicted and vicious teenage mother falls for James, an African-American college student she meets at a fraternity party. Unbeknownst to James, she becomes pregnant and gives birth to a biracial baby girl. Burdened and left to raise two children, Leslie spirals into a world of chaos and alcohol abuse. Years later, James learns he fathered a troubled adolescent daughter and seeks to take custody. They battle to overcome her traumatic childhood as they bridge the gap between their two different worlds.
OFFBRAND is a Music Video/Short that speaks on people pretending to be someone they're not. In today's age there are many people pretending on the internet. However in real life more often than not, there are consequences sooner or later. In other words.. Stay true to who you are and don't pretend to be something you're not.
A middle-aged lobbyist battles institutions of systemic oppression while her own substance use straddles the line between therapy and abuse.
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