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Food Fight
Directed by
Ejaniia Clayton and Nyzeria Bush

USA / 2014 / 10
Youth FX
New York Premiere

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Ejaniia Clayton, Nyzeria Bush
Food Fight explores the challenges of eating healthy facing inner city communities by highlighting the stories of people who are growing their own food and engaging in the battle for food justice.
Ejaniia Clayton discovered her love for acting and filmmaking during her first Youth FX workshop in spring of 2013. Since then she has been a lead actor, screenwriter and documentary film director. Ejaniia co-directed Food Fight and Project One.
Producer(s): Bhawin Suchak
Director(s): Ejaniia Clayton and Nyzeria Bush
Screenwriter(s): Ejaniia Clayton
Cinematographer(s): Nyzeria Bush, Ejaniia Clayton
Editor(s): Ejaniia Clyaton
Production Designer(s): Musa Kaneh
Sound Designer(s): Rashid Howell


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