Cliff Notez – Director
Cliff has written and directed this project which will b his largest film so far. This film will also his Thesis project to complete his Master’s Degree in Digital Media at Northeastern University in Boston. Cliff’s last film Mouse Trap, garnished National Attention and since then he has Worked on projects with Russell Simmons, All Def Digital, The Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, and RAW Art Works and the Boston Public Health Commission. Check out Cliff’s Website here.
Hakim ‘Kimo’ Hill – First Assistant Director
Hakim Hill earned his Master’s Degree in Counseling at the University of Bridgeport. Currently, he works as a Resident Director at Salem State University. Outside of student affairs, Hakim wrote, produced, and directed a short film titled “The Art of Being Haunted,” about mental health in the Black community and the importance of therapy, which is currently entering the film festival circuit. Hakim also works for the non-profit speakers bureau “Strength of Doves,” which is a management company representing social justice based speakers, spoken word artists, teaching artists, community activists, and organizers.
Sergio ‘Forté’ Estany – Second Assistant Director
HipStory Artist and avid Film Maker Forté is a regular on Cliff’s Crew.
Yves Singletary – Co-Producer
Yves Singletary is the Youth & Career Development Coordinator for the Boston Centers for Youth & Families. In his role he’s responsible for coordinating personal and professional development opportunities for young people across the City of Boston. For the past 12 years Yves has engaged youth in variety of capacities, including experience with facilitation, program and curriculum development for youth and adult audiences ranging from youth leadership, the arts, sports, teen dating violence prevention and healthy relationships promotion. Yves was one of the lead initially developers of The Halls Yves is also lead on building the curriculum for Vitiligo.
Emmeline Cordingley – Productions Manager
Emmeline works full-time assisting the faculty at Harvard Business School. Knowing that the film will provide crucial insight into the current status of race relations in America, she has volunteered her time and administrative skills to make the film a reality.
Gladys Theresa Hidalgo
Linecker Da Silva