Inspired by a True Story
DAYLIGHT is a short film developed by independent BIPOC + female filmmakers.
The DAYLIGHT team is committed to telling enriched stories highlighting vulnerable human beings in vulnerable situations from the lens of POC creative.
Written and Directed by
Yaa Asantewaa Faraji
Yaa Asantewaa Faraji,
Bree K. Jones + Shelley Meche'tte
There's nothing special about Amber. She works from home, gets high, watches TV and wears her mask like a good samaritan... most of the time. But when Amber finds herself in a situation she didn't ask for, Amber must come to terms with her addiction, sexuality and manifest destiny.
Drama, Comedy | 15 min
Female, mid-late 20s. A hopeless ballerina with an addiction to marijuana. She's living a life she doesn't believe in, but can't seem to escape. She harbors many secrets and unhealed trauma
Male, mid-late 20s. Amber's ex situationship. A charming opportunist. He's an unknowing staple in Amber's life and Amber's achilles heel.
Male, mid-late 20s. Amber's roommate and Amber's only friend. He cares about Amber the way a brother does a younger sibling, but doesn't interfere too much with Amber's life. He's got a life of his own.