In returning home for the holidays to the only family he has left, Enoch Rose, experiences an ambush that forces him to face resurfaced family trauma.
I wanted to explore a broken family's relationship that still results in love and protection. Dive into generational trauma and healing breakthrough through ugly truths, self-revelation and divinity.
Present stage of this work: Nearly final version
Frantzy Moreau (born and raised in Miami, FL) is a Haitian-American writer/director, actor and editor based in Miami, FL. He studied film through self-directed education e.g. local library books, online tutorials, applied filming. His work engages with trauma healing, social commentary and layers of relationship in cultural and personal measures. Moreau’s films have been screened nationally at festivals including the Pan African Film Festival, American Black Film Festival, Oxford Film Festival, Miami Film Festival, and the Micheaux Film Festival where his short Piece received Outstanding Panavision Short Award, and he's been featured on BRON Studios Digital Platforms.
Frantzy is also the recipient of jury prize for Oolite Arts for Close Quarter Commissions Film Festival for his film New Normal.
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