Zsudayka Nzinga is an acrylic artist from Denver, CO. She currently lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband, James Terrell and three children. Her work is largely composed of messages regarding the experience of the black woman in America. Its aim is to start creating pieces that are definitive around the culture of “black” America as a tribe of new American African people. This short documentary highlights her mission, favorite paintings, family life and future ambitions.
Written, Directed, Produced, Cinematography, and Edited by: Lawrence Green
Edited in AfterEffects. Mixed with Serato.
Features music produced by Tall Black Guy, Mr. Carmack, J Dilla, and The Neptunes.
A short film about a grieving woman who uses the power of prayer to communicate with her deceased grandmother. Shooting guidelines: one line. one actress. one room. one minute.
Just me and my Panasonic GH5 Canon lens 24-70 mm 2.8.