Support Our #creatives® News: “Shh…,” by Okema T. Moore, is One of the Films at the Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival & Lecture Series, Online October 24-25, 2020

“Shh…,” by Okema T. Moore, is one of the invited films at the Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival & Lecture Series. (Alan Greenstein of Support Our #creatives has helped to fund some of Okema’s projects.) Support Our #creatives congratulates Okema! Get tickets for the online event on October 24-25, 2000, at Eventbrite.

When he sees things in black and white, but she sees them through rose-colored lenses, what is the true color of love? And…is it enough?

“Shh…,” from Reel Sisters website

I have seen this film. This piece depicts what is really a wonderful relationship!! They just have to listen and watch to detect all the nuances making up their relationship. I like the way color/sepia/black&white is used to control the mood. The visuals will look great on screen!

Invited Films at the Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival & Lecture Series (from Reel Sisters website; as of publication date of this blog post; check website for latest information)

FilmCredits
Paula’s Eternity (La eternidad de Paula)Director: Dayana Gauthier Writer: Dayana Gauthier and Lino Ocando
Producer: Mireya Piñuela
Shh…Writer: Okema T. Moore Director: Okema T. Moore/Patrick Coker Producer: Okema T. Moore
Ocean’s ViewWriter: Rosemary Colon-Martinez Director: Rosemary Colon-Martinez and Serina Griffin Producer: Marianelia Gonzalez and Arlet Guallpa
Drip Like CoffeeWriter: Anaiis Cisco Director: Anaiis Cisco Producer: Nicolas Jara
Invited Films at the Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival & Lecture Series

Check out our interview with Okema from 2018 here.


Disclaimer: The author is not being financially compensated by anyone associated with any project mentioned, for this post.


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