THE TINY KINDNESS PROJECT
A Black- Jewish street artist confronts the fear and isolation of the moment through art and creates a street mural project to celebrates kindness and connection in his community.
12 Minutes | Shot on Sony FS7 | On Location in Los Angeles, CA
Bourn, a Black and Jewish street artist decides to confront the fear and isolation
of the pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement through his art. He realizes that
we are no longer seeing one another, so he creates an interactive street art mural project to celebrates kindness and connection within his community.
Tiny Kindness is a film, social activism project and street art campaign, and built-in activation that explores the theme of connection and kindness, through the power of art and the work of artist Born Rich. In the film and real-life companion mural campaign, we are creating.
Connie Jo Sechrist
Currently playing at film festivals worldwide!
Cannes Court Métrage
Tribeca Film Festival
American Black Film Festival
Indy Shorts International Film Festival
Global Peace Film Festival
Out of Bounds Film Festival
BEHIND THE SCENES
When the cameras stop rolling. It’s truly remarkable to see these photos of everyone enjoying making this project. See for yourself!
ON SET PHOTOS
Gallery of behind the scenes photos
Photos by: Danielle Mathias