RECOMMENDED WATCH TIME, FOLLOWED BY EXCLUSIVE DIRECTOR Q&A:
OCT 15, 9:00 AM
For Jordan, expressing himself in a space that is more often than not depicted as being white and female is something he wrestles with as a young Black man who is a ballet dancer. In director Yasmine Evering-Kerr’s documentary she presents a profile of Jordan that reveals his inner dialogue and his own struggle and determination to redefine Black masculinity.
Yasmin is an emerging filmmaker and passionate storyteller who frequently addresses issues of race, and gender in her films. A proud Toronto native, born and raised in the cultural mosaic of the GTA, she uses her roots to inspire her artistry. A recent graduate of Film Studies at Brock University and Sheridan College in the Advanced Film and Television.
CAST & CREDITS
Lucas Joseph, Edmund Stenson
Fonna-Tasha Seidu, Ngardy Conteh George, Alison Duke
Jordan Darius Alleyne, Virgil Alleyne, Cheryl Alleyne