Last week Flicker Effects had the pleasure of being the Chicago Production Coordinator for a TV documentary on Palestinian Hip Hop artists, currently titled “Arabeesh.” Shot on location in Chicago and Beruit, the 45 minute documentary profiles four musicians and is slated to air in over 50 countries, mostly in the Middle East. Under the direction of LA director Hassan Said and Executive Producer and Host Maha Awad, the lean local crew shot over three days at various locations, including Pilsen, Andersonville, and Lincoln Park, and despite some rainy weather transformed the city into an inspiring backdrop for these talented young artists .
Produced by the Supportive Housing Providers Association of Illinois, shot and edited by Flicker Effects Media. After serving in the US military, Chris Jenkins struggled with addiction and numerous incarcerations before returning to work with the help of employment programs in Chicago.
Produced by Supportive Housing Providers Association, shot and edited by Flicker Effects Media. Antonette had been mixed up with gangs and drugs from a very young age while growing up in Chicago’s Humboldt Park, and after receiving a stiff prison sentence, she managed to turn her life around with the help of the Employment Project at Inspiration Corporation.
You can find all 4 videos on our YouTube Channel here.