Film - Program 7 Filmfest 2017


Directed by Amanda Renee Knox


Director: Amanda Renee Knox
Section: Program 7
Country: USA
Year: 2017
Language: English
Version: Original version
Cast: Marlyne Barrett, Rachael Holmes, Delaney Williams, Mattieu Jean-Pierre
18+ (no age rating)

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When on a routine patrol, a black female cop living in and patrolling Inglewood gets called to a disturbance she is forced to make an unprecedented life altering decision.

  • Duration: 17 Min.

  • Film School: Chapman University / Dodge College of Film & Media Arts

Meet the director


Amanda Renee Knox

Amanda Renee Knox was born on an Air Force Base in Spain. She was raised in Texas, lived in New York and is now a third year Directing Fellow at Chapman University. Her work has won recognition and prizes at festivals all over the world including two nominations for Best Director in Australia. The first project that Amanda associate produced prior to graduate school, THE SEA IS ALL I KNOW, starring Melissa Leo, was in consideration for a 2012 Academy Award. Amanda was recently named a Marion Knott Scholar by Chapman University where she was mentored by the filmmaker in residence, Rob Cohen. A lover of action/suspense, Amanda's hope is to continue to generate films that engage the audience both viscerally and intellectually.


Screenplay: Joseph Sousa
Director of Photography: Michael Phillips
Film Editor: Yezhi Chen
Composer: Alex Weston
Production Designer: Stephanie Gordon
Costume Design: Annette Farnsworth
Sound: William Tabanou
Producer: Phabillia Afflack-Borja, Miriam Anwari