Your Attention Please podcast

Annie Bercy Directs Her Narrative

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Director and photographer Annie Bercy has been creating in film since the days before selfies, and in this past year has produced work for artists such as Cardi B, SZA, and Ciara. For this episode, Annie sat down with Kimberly Drew to talk about motivation, faith, and her new short Riley, produced in collaboration with Hulu for Your Attention Please. Riley tells a story of Black girlhood, hair, beauty, and becoming, all inspired by Annie’s personal experiences. For more information about HairOnPurpose, visit https://www.haironpurpose.org/. For transcriptions, please visit pineapple.fm/your-attention-please. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

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