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Directed by
Mtume Gant

USA / 2015 / 16:15

East Coast Premiere

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Mtume Gant
"Spit" is the story of Jeremiah Monk One Sinclair. A NYC Hip Hop artist who has reached a cross roads of trying to understand what is success and is edging to towards the end of his rope. A POV styled film, we enter the body of Monk One, travel in his world, seeing through his eyes the loss of passion, love for the music, life and city he once knew
Mtume Gant is a multi-disciplined artist and performer. A graduate of NYC's Laguardia HS and The Acting Conservatory at SUNY Purchase, he has worked heavily on stage, screen and TV, most notably as a cast member of the HBO show "Oz". Musically, he has shared the stage worldwide with names such as Wynton Marsalis. His most recent accomplishments include writing/starring in Contact Theatre's critically acclaimed production "Fields of Grey", in Manchester and directing the short music video vignette "Ease My Mind" by Conchita Campos.
Cast/Featuring: Mtume Gant, Azariah Gunn, Erica Chamblee, Che Ayende, Lance Coadie Williams, Lameen Witter
Executive Producer(s): Malcolm Goodwin
Producer(s): Conchita Campos, Mtume Gant
Director(s): Mtume Gant
Screenwriter(s): Mtume Gant
Cinematographer(s): Frank Turiano
Editor(s): Lila Yomtoob
Production Designer(s): Janet Woo
Composer(s)/Music: Scott Thorough
Sound Designer(s): Arjun Sheth
Courtesy of: HBO
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