Grammable is a dark comedy about Faye, a self-obsessed, struggling Instagram influencer whose posts are losing traction. Faye must come up with a post to save her career but first she has to get her weird roommate, a Black woman who keeps badgering her to share an article, to shut the hell up. Grammable was inspired by the 2020 Uprisings.
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Naiyah Ambros is a Los Angeles-based filmmaker, writer, and producer from Ewing, New Jersey. She currently attends the MFA Film Production program at USC's School of Cinematic Arts where she is a recipient of the prestigious George Lucas Family Foundation Endowed Scholarship. She has directed short films which have screened across the country, and was a second round finalist in the first ever Netflix sponsored LALIFF Inclusion Fellowship. Most recently, she directed the short film The Question which raised $10K through Seed&Spark. Before entering USC, she was a Scripted Development Coordinator for Vice Studios.
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