Make Him Known

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Shorts: Relationships
Digital Screening Room Fri, May 14 12:00 AM - Thu, May 27 11:59 PM

Best of Fest Encores
Partners come and go, but no two stories are the same.

Access
Watch From:USA
Ticket Prices
General Public:$13.00 (+ $2 online fee)
Members:$10.00 (no online fee)
Film Info
Programs:Shorts
Spotlight: Common Ground
Tags:Documentary
Sports
Relationship
Advocacy
Black Perspectives
Activism
Release Year:2020
Runtime:21 min
Country/Region:USA
Language:English
Cast/Crew
Director:Rudy Valdez
Executive Producer:Robin Roberts
John R. Green
Lindsay Kagawa Cola
Robin Roberts
John R. Green
Lindsay Kagawa Colas
Producer:Meghan Schale
Cinematographer:Rudy Valdez
Editor:Viridiana Lieberman
Composer:Sam Bisbee
Principal Cast:Maya Moore
Jonathan Irons

Description

Four-time WNBA champion Maya Moore has been fighting for the release of a wrongfully convicted man named Jonathan Irons, who has inspired her pursuit of criminal justice reform.

Director Biography

Rudy ValdezRudy Valdez is an Emmy Award-winning Michigan-raised, New York City-based filmmaker committed to creating social, cultural, and political stories through a cinematic and meaningful lens. He got his start in film as a Camera Operator on the Peabody Award-winning, Sundance series Brick City and went onto direct a true passion project, The Sentence (HBO), which won several awards. Valdez is currently in production on Heart and Hustle, a 5-part docu-series for Netflix, two documentary projects following WNBA superstar, Maya Moore and her fight for criminal justice reform debuting on ESPN in 2021 (produced by Rockin’ Robin Productions), and the definitive feature documentary of Carlos Santana (produced by Imagine Documentaries).

Screening as a part of Shorts: Relationships