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Ship: A Visual Poem

Country: United States, Language: English, 13 mins

  • Director: Terrance Daye
  • Writer: Terrance Daye
  • Producer: Chester Algernal Gordon; Karynrose Bruyning; Terrance Daye

CGiii Comment

So much left unsaid...and yet, everything is known.

Intense and emotional...an incredible piece of work.

This is what we call: Direction!


Watch...

-SHIP: A VISUAL POEM from Terrance Daye on Vimeo.

The(ir) Blurb...

Jeremiah explores the edges of expectations of masculinity through grief, anger and connection in the quiet shelter of boyhood after a family tragedy.

Cast & Characters

KarynRose Bruyning as Mary
Stephen Cofield as Uncle
Simbi Kali as Aunt Julia
Cheikh M'Baye as Junior
Armand Rufen-Blanchette as Isaiah
Jaime Lincoln Smith as Joseph / Father
Antonio Watson as Jeremiah