A young Black actress tries to navigate working in the former Capital of the Confederacy, Richmond, Virginia, a market known for period pieces and historical tours. But she has a tough time reconciling the degrading roles she has to play with her modern conception of what it means to be a Black woman in America. A film about identity, legacy, and representation. Award: Commonwealth Award Best Short Film, Virginia Film Festival 2019
Courtney Jamison, Tim Reid, Felicia Curry, dl Hopkins, Jerold Solomon, Lisa Hodsoll, Elan Irving, Sterling Hurst, Jasmine Shea, Mark Joy
Jai Jamison, a graduate of Hampton University and American University's MFA Film Program, is currently a staff writer on The CW's "Superman & Lois." He is an award-winning writer/director previously honored by Nantucket Screenwriter's Episodic Comedy Colony, WeScreenplay's Diverse Voices Lab, Shoot Magazine, and the Virginia Film Festival.
Jai Jamison, Courtney Jamison, Christina Garnett