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Lobo Marino - We Hear The Ocean

Directors Keagan Anfuso and Drew L. Brown developed this concept through an interpretation of the stages of meditation.

The main subject, Laney Sullivan, is seen entering her state of meditation and then intercut with visuals of the place she has built in her mind to interact with her emotions. In this mental space, Laney addresses her emotions of fear, guilt, anger, and sadness by allowing them all to come forward and express themselves. Through confronting each emotion, she then is able to achieve a balance among her emotions and they begin to move in unity. This unity breaks down the wall she has built between herself and her emotions, portrayed by Jameson Price, and he unwinds her from the binding she has trapped herself in. Laney is then freed from her coping mechanisms and has absorbed all of her scattered emotions into a peaceful and balanced version of herself.

  • Keagan Anfuso
  • Drew L. Brown
  • Ramona Ramdeen
  • Laney Sullivan
    Key Cast
  • Jameson Price
    Key Cast
  • Zane Hall
  • Project Type:
    Music Video
  • Runtime:
    4 minutes 40 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    May 1, 2015
  • Production Budget:
    0 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Keagan Anfuso, Drew L. Brown

Keagan Anfuso is a remarkably visionary
film and video director who specializes in
documentarian New Media. Keagan is a long time video contributor to metrojacksonville.com with her examinations of local artists and the quirky, romantic indie
music scene of Northeast Florida. As a video-documentarian, she is developing a strong presence through stark new media explorations of alternative and
emerging queer culture.

As a recent graduate of the Art Institute of Jacksonville, Drew Brown is a phenomenally talented young man breaking into the industry through both acting and directing accomplishments. Excelling in both film and theater, Drew is rapidly heading toward becoming one of Jacksonville's legends. His leading accomplishment being winning a student Academy Award in the alternative category for his senior thesis film, Person, in 2014.

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Director Statement

"Being able to meet beautiful people doing beautiful things in the world, such as Laney and Jameson of Lobo Marino, and become a part of that by combining creative talents and ideas, for me, is the foundational truth of why I choose film as an artistic medium." - Keagan Anfuso