Deja, a steadfast black student from Detroit, and Sydney, a bubbly white girl from Georgia, are randomly assigned college roommates. These two new dorm-mates are excited to start their freshman year together, that is, until Sydney decides to decorate their room with a little piece of ‘Southern pride.’
BLACK FLAG is a biting new short film about allegiance, censorship and the price of honoring the past.
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WRITER —Idris Goodwin is a playwright, break-beat poet and director of The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College. His plays include And In This Corner Cassius Clay, How We Got On, Hype Man and This is Modern Art. His poetry books include the pushcart nominated These Are The Breaks, Can I Kick It?, and Human Highlight: Ode To Dominique Wilkins, co-written with Kevin Coval. Idris has appeared on HBO Def Poetry, Sesame Street, NPR, BBC Radio, and the Discovery Channel. Visit him at www.idrisgoodwin.com
ADAPTOR / DIRECTOR — Sophia Capp is passionate about working with people to create engaging, intellectual, and inspiring bodies of work within the film, photography, and music industries. She has a strong musical background and a BA in Film and Media Studies from Colorado College. Sophia is a creative writer, cinematographer, producer, and director with a drive to discover and share stories. She currently resides in Brooklyn, NY
Credits and Crew
Adapted / Directed by
Director of Photography
THE QUIJADA BROTHERS
Sound Design, Mixing and Mastering by
Color Correction by
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