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Director: Khalik Allah
Available to stream at home from Friday 26 February
From visionary artist and photographer Khalik Allah (director of Black Mother and cinematographer of Beyoncé’s Lemonade), IWOW: I Walk On Water is an intimate and visually stunning deep dive into Harlem after dark.
In IWOW: I Walk On Water, Allah focuses on his longtime muse, a 60-something homeless Haitian man names Frenchie. Beautifully capturing the fleeting moments as their lives become increasingly intertwined, the documentary is a stirring portrait of life on the margins in contemporary America.
Alongside Frenchie’s life on the street, Allah also turns his camera inward; exploring his own turbulent relationship with his long-distance girlfriend and grappling with personal notions of spirituality and mortality.
Gathering advice from charismatic confidants including Fab 5 Freddy, members of the Wu-Tang Clan, and, in deeply moving exchanges, his own mother, IWOW: I Walk On Water is a profoundly affecting and rich portrayal of an artist and his world.
“GENUINELY EXHILARATING… A PHOTO GALLERY EXHIBITION COME ALIVE” Screen
Stream on demand for £9.99. You’ll have 48 hours to watch the film. 50% of the streaming fee goes towards supporting Northampton Filmhouse.
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