synopsis

A group of high school students battle their trauma while fighting to find the real meaning of a revolution after a kid was murdered in their community by a racist store owner.

cast

Hailey Elise Byerly, Tyler Fields, Mason Bleu, Shemar Yanick Jonas, Elijah Ramsay

directed by

Shemar Yanick Jonas

director's bio

Brooklyn native Shemar Yanick Jonas is an actor and director known for "Perspective Chapter 2: The Misdemeanor" (2016), "Backstroke" (2017), "Luke Cage" on Netflix and "Blue Bloods" on CBS. His goal is to tell stories that reclaim the narrative of people of African descent and shed light on "how brilliant we are by using my art as a tool of expression."

screenwriter

Shemar Yanick Jonas

producer

Chadwick Gobar, Shemar Yanick Jonas

runtime

20 minutes

country

US

category

Short Narrative