Slamdance Competition Documentary The Inspiring "A Tiny Ripple of Hope" - @Slamdance

Slamdance Competition Documentary The Inspiring "A Tiny Ripple of Hope"

Jahmal Cole is the confident and charismatic leader of My Block, My Hood, My City: an organization that brings hope and opportunity to teenagers across Chicago's segregated South and West Sides. Away from the spotlight of his important work though, Jahmal is in the fight of his life as he battles to keep his home out of foreclosure, his marriage alive, and himself out of harm's way.

A Tiny Ripple of Hope follows a formative year for Jahmal as he struggles with everything he must sacrifice so that the people and the city he loves can prosper.

Our world has seen inspiration in the actions of an individual – Stacey Abrams worked thru community to affect change in Georgia.  Jahmal Cole with his My Block, My Hood, My City: an organization is bringing hope and opportunity to teenagers across Chicago's segregated South and West Sides. Jahmal Cole is charismatic and charming, and the beating heart of his community –because he does care so very much (his home mortgage is used to fund his organization!).  The moving and aspirational feature film documentary “A Tiny Ripple of Hope” from award winning Chicago filmmaker Jason Polevoi will make its world premiere at this year’s Slamdance Film Festival (available to audiences in the US and Canada through festival pass February 12th – 25th, 2021) as a Competition Documentary and the film follows a formative year for Jahmal as he struggles with everything he must sacrifice so that the people and the city he loves can prosper. Jahmal is an incredible interview and has been featured as the good news story for The Kelly Clarkson Show, Today Show, Live With Kelly & Ryan, Obama Foundation, etc.




Slamdance Competition Documentary The Inspiring "A Tiny Ripple of Hope" - @Slamdance Slamdance Competition Documentary The Inspiring "A Tiny Ripple of Hope" - @Slamdance Reviewed by FADED4U on February 12, 2021 Rating: 5

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