A Trailer To Tug At Your Creative Heartstrings

Recently a friend of mine sent me the link to a trailer for an independent film based in his hometown, San Francisco. As I watched this mesmerizing piece of art I couldn’t help but know I would love this movie.

The friends I passed it on to also fell in love with it right away.

The Last Black Man In San Francisco tells the story of a young black man searching for a home in an ever-changing city. The plotline still seems a bit vague and the trailer itself isn’t much to go on, storywise, but critically it’s already doing phenomenal and won a couple of awards at Sundance.

The cinematography looks perfect and the music grabs you from the beginning. I don’t think these few paragraphs I’m writing can do it justice, so you’ll just have to watch it for yourself.

I’m personally looking forward to this film when it’s released to a wider audience because I don’t want to miss out on this innovative independent film.

Tags:

  • Jay Evans

    Editor

    Jay Evans has spent the last 8 years working as a film editor, 4 of which have been with The Initiative Production Company. In his spare time he enjoys music, comedy, experimental cooking and getting lost in the woods.

Ads

You May Also Like

Why Some Of The Best Performances Come With A Price

Actors often have their own ways of getting into character, but some of those ...

The Best Way To Sum Up Doctor Who

Who in the creative community of film can properly sum up Doctor Who? Probably ...

Why Are We Excited About Films That Aren’t Good?

If you haven’t checked out Nerdwriter’s YouTube Channel and you love film, then you ...

“The Room” Is The Worst Masterpiece Ever Made

How do bad movies become popular and gain a community of supporters? Why do ...

Reeling in a Star to the Vice Presidency

Christian Bale gives a glimpse at being one of the actors in the innovative ...

Don't want to miss a thing?

Subscribe and join our creative community to keep updated with our weekly-ish* Newsletter from The Independent Initiative.

*We're filmmakers, sometimes we're out filming something, on those weeks the newsletters might be more irregular. Follow The Initiative Production Company (theInitiativePro) on your favorite social media to stay the most up to date on our current productions