40 X 40 CHALLENGE DAY 3⚡⚡⚡⚡ Thanks @salabaker for the push & support! Ready for more people to join us in the challenge! 40 pushups for 40 days! -
Thanks to getting rained in, my little princess got to help me finish my 3rd day. I have to break between 20 & 20, but come next week I hope I can cut the break out. I can already feel my strength improving. Man, what a core work out too! Ready for day 4 tomorrow!
“Remember, love is what brought you here. And if you’ve trusted love this far, don’t panic now. Trust it all the way.” Barry Jenkins. Careful, endearing, touching, heartbreaking...every frame Jenkins creates overflows with a dreamlike quality. This film waltzes between love and hope and life. Enhanced by the color palette exploding with life that I want to reach out and touch and a rich score, the actors take the vision of this film by the hands and lead you directly into their story. Nuance, emotion, and realism - empathy at the face of hate. One of my favorites of the decade, maybe of all time. / “Some films make you feel.”
Balancing my personal life and social media has been something that I’ve struggled with. I love taking my camera everywhere and creating new content, but I have to remember to live in moment. 🎥✨ What’s something that you’re struggling with?
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The Hitmen Series: Chadwick, “The American” Part I.
A film by Phazon
Feeling like a total Badass because the Documentary I Produced, Abducted in Plain Sight, went WORLDWIDE on @netflix today! After 5 years of working on this film, It’s now available to watch in 190 countries. Thank you to everyone who has supported us along this wild and amazing journey. If you like True-Crime you will LOVE this film. Watch, share and repeat.
#35mmfilm by @billyhenryphoto // Tee @electricwest // Pants @reformation // Stylist and HMUA @kingdomkincaid
“How cruel men are.” A retelling of history about Mary Stuart, the Queen of Scotland, conspiring to overthrow her cousin, the Queen of England. The most fascinating pieces of this film were the production design, hair, and makeup. Though the acting was strong, Margot Robbie’s Queen Elizabeth I was underdeveloped and the stakes set by the characters are often unclear, leaving the plot arbitrary and challenging to follow. A lot of built up tension between the two leads dwindles just as quickly as it begins. Quite forgettable.