Director, Visual Artist Nana Agyapong Documents The Morning Rituals Of 50 Different LA Women On Film

From Shadow and Act Mon Nov 19 2012, 14:19:28

From Ghanaian director/visual artist Nana Agyapong (photo above) comes a documentary titled LA Woman Rising, that she says follows 50 different types of women, waking up the morning and getting ready for the day in the belly of Los Angeles, are are rising to live their dreams. The filmmaker states: In the film "LA Woman Rising" I want to explore what it means to be human, what characteristics we share in common in the morning, in order to face each day. Each woman in this film represents the mythology of Los Angeles, all the ideas and cliches [...] With my talented group of cinematographers, we were able to capture the spontaneous, raw, natural and...

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