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Short Teaser Watch: Salli Richardson-Whitfield's "Grace" (Woman Tangles w/ Male Stranger in Isolated Cabin- PAFF Premiere )

by Vanessa Martinez
February 9, 2012 5:19 PM
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GRACE - short

The short narrative feature Grace, which marks Salli Richardson-Whitfield's directorial debut, makes its premiere tomorrow Friday 2/10 at the Pan African Film Festival. Grace, about a white woman in an isolated cabin who confronts a black male stranger, is written by Richardson-Whitfield and Ava Duvernay.

The film stars Arielle Kebbel and Dorian Missick as the interracial duo.

The full synopsis reads:

A distraught white woman tangles with a black male stranger in an isolated cabin, and nothing is what it seems. Salli Richardson-Whitfield examines existential loss and reconnection in her short narrative directorial debut, Grace.

I'm very curious about this. Hopefully, we'll get to see it soon. Watch the teaser trailer below.

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  • RondaR | February 15, 2012 2:39 PMReply

    Saw this at PAFF and liked it. It's was stylish with a spooky twist. Salli was there and was really nice and very beautiful.

  • Sean | February 10, 2012 12:18 PMReply


  • LovingLife | February 9, 2012 7:45 PMReply

    Good for Sally. Smart lady. Directing lasts longer than acting for African-Americans.

  • Cynthia | February 9, 2012 6:30 PMReply

    Ooh...curious about this one. Love that Salli's directing now!

  • Darkan | February 9, 2012 6:14 PMReply


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