Still Here


Institute History

  • 2020 Sundance Film Festival


This immersive multimedia installation brings audiences into a complex understanding of mass incarceration, erasure, and gentrification in Harlem. Audiences enter the shoes of Jasmine, returning home after 15 years of prison, as she goes through her home and the memories triggered there, meets her teenage son, and attempts to find gainful employment in a Harlem that she is entirely unfamiliar with.

Screens at New Frontier at The Ray

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