BROADWAY ADVOCACY COALITION : 2020 ARTIVISM FELLOWSHIP
I am grateful to be a member of the inaugural BAC Artivism Fellowship, which provided financial support, mentorship, networking opportunities, and education workshops for artist-activists who use their tools to impact the world around us. This inaugural fellowship specifically supported Black, female-identifying artist-activists who use narrative or stories in our work focused on issues related to systemic racism and criminal justice reform.
For more information on my project, THE HONORABLE, click the photo below or watch the BAC Fellowship Hall presentation.
SUMMER 2020 UPDATE
Day 74 is the Grand Prize Winner! Click the first photo for more information on the Curbside Shorts Challenge and the other winners on the IMDb website! Thank you to the preliminary and finals jury as well as everyone who watched, shared, and voted!
I made my directorial debut during the pandemic (such a wild time) as a part of the Women in Film LA, ReFrame Project, AudPop, and IMDbPro Curbside Short Films Challenge. Day 74. follows an afternoon in the life of a Kenyan woman in quarantine alone. It asks the question: "What rituals ease the chaos boiling in our minds?" Starring: Amandla Jahava. Written by: Moses Ingram and Patricia Fa'asua. Story by: Mo, Tricia, and me. Produced by: Ava McCoy. I love these dope women and collaborators!
The Goldfish Short Film, written and directed by Ashley Brim Riddle (An Act of Terror, Homeland) and starring Diarra Kilpatrick (American Koko, Perry Mason).