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Generation 14plus


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In Miami’s Liberty City, members of a black community threatened by gentrification and displacement are trying to return to their everyday lives after the death of a woman. Loggy and Alex’s friendship becomes strained by their different ways of coping with the traumatic event. With great poise and focus, Faren Humes takes a deep look at the lives of the African-American adolescents, tracing the path the two must take if they are to find their way back to one another.

Faren Humes

USA 2018


17’ · Colour


Milagros Gilbert (Loggy)
Alexandra Jackson (Alex)
Willnya Jenkins (Dance Captain)
Mary Griffin (Ms. Mary)
McArthur Richard (Neighbour)


Written and directed by
Faren Humes
Director of Photography
Zamarin Wahdat
Aleshka Ferrero
Sound Design
Alexandra Fehrman
Joel C. Hernandez
Production Design
Gabriela Soto
Gabriela Soto
Alicia Bridges
Traci Young-Byron
Assistant Director
Robert Colom
Faren Humes
Katherine Fisher, Diego Nájera, Diana Ward
Executive Producers
Kimberly Han, Valerie Castillo-Martinez, Francisco Velasquez, Angel Kristi Williams
Esther Park, Dennis Scholl


Faren Humes

Born in Miami, USA in 1986. Her films have screened at Blackstar Film Festival in Philadelphia, at the New Orleans Film Festival, the Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles and the Chicago International Film Festival and have been recognised by the Directors Guild of America and the Television Academy of Arts and Sciences. She has won numerous awards including the 2016 Sundance Institute Knight Fellowhip and is a Film Independent Project Involve Fellow and a Chaz & Robert Ebert Fellow. She was named one of Miami’s Top 100 Creatives by the Miami New Times.

Filmography (short films)

2011 Our Rhineland 2016 Macho 2018 Liberty

Bio- & filmography as of Berlinale 2019

Produced by

Film Independent Project Involve

World sales

Film Independent