AGAPE, 5min., Canada, Dance
DANCE SHORT FILMS • Drama, Independent, Short Films, Romance
AGAPE is a short dance film loosely inspired by the film "If Beale Street Could Talk". It takes us on a journey of Black love in everyday moments through movement. It is a letter to the potential hope of life and love.
Directed by Zoe Edwards
Listen to podcast interview with filmmaker: https://www.wildsoundpodcast.com/the-film-podcast-by-wildsound/2022/5/13/may-13-2022-filmmakerdancer-zoe-edwards-agape
Cinematographer: Kwasi Obeng
Cast: Percy Anane-Dwumfour, Gabriel Gherutchi
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