(re)breathe

(re)breathe (original title)

Watkins Mia Ginaé (author)



Through her words, a poet describes her fears, hopes, and dreams as an African-American female in today's modern society. (re)breathe is a poem written by director Mia Ginaé, who was inspired by the Michael Brown and Eric Garner incidents in 2014. The main character is split into three personas: the storyteller, the ancestor who haunts her thoughts and actions, and the alternative, free-spirited side of herself who is suffocating from the world around her. All three of them come to a middle ground where they believe that although there are struggles, they will overcome them and progress to a brighter future.
CATEGORY COUNTRY YEAR LENGTH
Experimental film United States 2015 00:04:38
CAST

Jordan Frazier

CREW

Directors: Mia Ginaé, Writers: Mia Ginaé, Producers: Mia Ginaé

TECHINCAL CHARACTERISTICS

Shooting format: Digital, Aspect ratio: 16:9, Film color: Black & White

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