Amandla Stenberg's Short Film Captures the Magic of Coming into Your Own

by @sofia_maame

When she isn't busy acting or telling it like it is (i.e “Don't Cash Crop On My Cornrows”), 17-year-old feminist-activist Amandla Stenberg, is a budding filmmaker. She started in 2014 by directing her first short film The Yellow Wallpaper based on a gothic novel from 1892.

Now Amandla is back with another dope project that has a lot to teach us about the reality of our memories, the shackles of white patriarchy that keep us from staying woke and the aha moment we all get post teenage rebellion.

If you’ve ever questioned or longed for the past wondering what could have been, watch Blue Girls Burn Fast for yourself here:


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