SYNOPSIS: Dumb Dumb is a vintage futuristic experience, a boom-bap anthem that features an all-female cast of dancers to Cipherella's thought-provoking lyrics to denigrate celebrity gossip and the general public's interest in trivial subject matter.
From the moment Cipherella presses play on her ghetto blaster stereo, viewers become enthralled by the 90's hip imagery. She and her crew begin marching through a parking lot styled in matching denim outfits. Her opening rhyme, “true story everything I say you type. World of collision, catch my vision, hop my flight” alerts fans of the hip-hop cosmos she intends to take viewers on in Dumb Dumb.
BIO: Daniela “Zoe” Croci is an Italian filmmaker with a production company based in Brooklyn New York called Zoe Map Films. Zoe’s vision captures urban landscapes with a focus on documenting the human experience through the lens of art, music, and culture. Her career pursuits as a filmmaker brought her to New York City where she now lives and produces music videos, fashion editorial videos, documentaries and commercials.
Zoe has produced more than 20 exhibitions and an impressive number of musical performances. She curates events and gatherings to raise awareness on social justice with recurring themes of diversity and racial equality in American culture.
Producer(s): Daniela Croci
Director(s): Daniela Croci
Screenwriter(s): Daniela Croci
Other Credits: https://vimeo.com/240410712/8d6469c438
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