Journey with a young Cuban musician as he seeks forgiveness in order to find his creative muse in this 16-minute short indie film. Stick around after for a Q&A with filmmakers.
To The Muse is a 16-minute narrative film shot in Cuba and screened internationally at a variety of film festivals. Created by a group of friends who believe that shared human emotions transcend cultural boundaries and the possibility of creative hope, no matter the situation. Humans are all vulnerable to a diverse array of experiences. As a result, we feel. Feelings connect us in a uniquely natural way, a human way, a way that cannot be captured in words or images alone. This is what it means to be human, to be creative.
Bound by fear and led by the whisper of his muse, a young Cuban musician discovers the power of forgiveness as the key to his creative freedom. In order to forgive, he must venture on a sobering journey of self-discovery, exploring the pain of broken relationships, the loss of loved ones, and the fear of an uncertain and changing future.
After watching the film, join filmmakers for a Q&A hosted on FB (@brettrezek) and IG Live (@jlambertfilm). Once registered to attend, you will be emailed a password to use on Vimeo to access the film 15 minutes before scheduled screening time. Q&A will take place 20 minutes after scheduled screening time start.
*Password for film will be disabled shortly after screening time, so don't be late!