65th Cork International Film Festival

I Still Breathe & I Am Samuel

Expired November 15, 2020 11:59 PM
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‘I Still Breathe’ is a documentary about a group of socially aware young adults who give extraordinary and deeply emotional testimonies of being black, mixed race and white in London, England. They passionately react to the impact of George Floyd's brutal and unnecessary killing which has sent shockwaves globally. The response to this inhumane act has been an awakening in the collective social consciousness, and ‘Black Lives Matter’ has echoed around the world. But what will happen now? Will power and privilege continue to turn a blind eye? Or will the new generation see what the current custodians have achieved for good and ill, and come together to right the wrongs of the past to bring in a new era of hope for the future?


‘I Still Breathe’ is a statement of hope for the world. Sometimes the most profound messages come from the voices that are unheard.

  • Year
    2020
  • Runtime
    25 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    United Kingdom
  • Director
    Alfred George Bailey
  • Producer
    Betty Aldous, Ian Neil