Short Films • 24m
Inertia is a visual musical experience by Brandon Markell Holmes. An exploration of black thought, existence & trauma ; through the lens of [MODERN Technological Narcissism]&[The Civil Rights Movement] - into the premature journey of Black JOY , acceptance, Existential tyranny , Religion , Binary Codes and digital spaces of the Queer Black future.
Executive producer & Creator // Brandon Markell Holmes
Music Production // Eric Sherman
Editor // Xenon Ziegler
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