Don't Break

Music by Blin that encourages her audience to focus on their dreams and don't stop

  • Reginald Rice
    Director
  • Brittany Linton
    Writer
  • Paris P Rice
    Assistant Director
  • Reginald Rice
    Producer
  • Project Type:
    Music Video
  • Runtime:
    1 minute 27 seconds
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    No
  • Student Project:
    No
Director Biography

Reginald J. Rice is an emerging writer, historian, branding analysis, and filmmaker from the South Side of Chicago. Also, he is the president and creative director of FeelSoReel Productions L.L.C. (Functional Engaging Enchanting Legitimate Spontaneous Original Reel). His short films/ documentaries are heavily influenced by life in the city, moral dilemmas, and dismantling invisible walls that divide class and cultures. While growing up in Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood, Reginald began to see what was aesthetically pleasing about what most people consider undesirable and gritty. This change in perspective laid the foundation for Reginald’s journey into learning about the storytelling art form. Today, Reginald is graduate student of Intellectual History. He is currently working on his first feature documentary:” Tracing Our Path Through Bronzeville.” documenting a community of artisans, musicians, and independent artist to demystify the creative process.

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Director Statement

“I believe that composition & light are the key elements that have the potential to enchant and capture the emotional core of an audience. In a big city like Chicago we constantly have various devices & noise pollution competing for our attention. It wasn't until I picked up a camera that I began to learn how to isolate objects and understand the impact that an image can have. Visual literacy has become one of the most important goals for me to enhance. In this fast-pace society, we have a tendency to overlook the profound details within an object. Therefore, through cinema my objective is to slowing down time to engage the attention of
the audience in the small details that is crucial to telling stories visually. “