STILL, HERE I AM. 



The intersection of dance and film creates a visual language weaving together the mind, body, and spirit in an attempt to understand someone’s internal experience.

This short film was created out of pain following the murder of Ahmaud Arbery (a story that is perpetually told in America) to humanize and create imagery that is beautiful to balance what our consciousness is fed through the media.

This film is a visual representation of the spiritual experience of a young black man walking down the street fearful of losing his life and the Ancestral trauma flowing through his bloodstream. We enter the subjects emotional experience through his movement, we hear his thoughts with the poem, and we feel the frequency of what the body is experiencing as he lives through the fear.


Director JESSICA LAW 
Director of Photography
MICHAEL CAMBIO FERNANDEZ 
Dancer
MATTHEW ‘ET’ GIBBS 
Writer
KAY WRIGHT 
Editor
JEFF WATTERSON 
Sound Designer
ALEX KRISPIN
Colorist
KATH RAISCH 
1st Camera Assistant
JASON GUERRERO 
HypeWoman
- TATIANA PARKER















       




               




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