Edward Albert Jaros is creating YA SciFi books&video games + diverse scripts + medical theories
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Kendra & Obi short film
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Whether you are headed toward your twenties, living through them now, or you remember what it was like, I hope this film helps us all have a little more compassion for one another. This time in my characters’ lives feels like a purgatory filled with miserable jobs–if you’re lucky to have a job– and tough financial circumstances. This is the economic and labor landscapes of my generation, however, “Kendra & Obi” essentially circulates around the foundation of support that their relationship provides. Without its stability and love, their struggle would seem insufferable.

Part of what makes “Kendra & Obi” tick is the amount of input and passion that our cast and crew brought to the table. On set and behind the scenes, from production to post, our collaborators were all African American. It was important to me as a filmmaker to utilize input from the communities I was representing on screen. I believe that following these characters as they reach for success and sanity gives us a chance to step back and reflect on our own experiences.

Tiers
Mindful Money
$1.99 or more per creation

My support matters!

Kendra & Obi short film
$9.99 or more per creation

Whether you are headed toward your twenties, living through them now, or you remember what it was like, I hope this film helps us all have a little more compassion for one another. This time in my characters’ lives feels like a purgatory filled with miserable jobs–if you’re lucky to have a job– and tough financial circumstances. This is the economic and labor landscapes of my generation, however, “Kendra & Obi” essentially circulates around the foundation of support that their relationship provides. Without its stability and love, their struggle would seem insufferable.

Part of what makes “Kendra & Obi” tick is the amount of input and passion that our cast and crew brought to the table. On set and behind the scenes, from production to post, our collaborators were all African American. It was important to me as a filmmaker to utilize input from the communities I was representing on screen. I believe that following these characters as they reach for success and sanity gives us a chance to step back and reflect on our own experiences.