Sprint is a film in the making that tells the coming of age story of Nana D., a queer black child of Ghanaian immigrants coming up in the U.S. in 90's and the 2000's. Based off an original screenplay and collection of written works by Oakland-based writer and performer, Nana Duffuor, Sprint deals with the writers' own experiences of anti-blackness and  self-denial, sexual violence and self-destruction, healing and resistance.

In June 2018, Sprint debuted in the Bay Area's National Queer Arts Festival as a live stage performance blending film, theater, poetry, music, and dance. With an incredibly positive audience reception, we look forward to developing Sprint as a feature film in its next iteration. 

To support the making of the feature-length film version of Sprint, please contact sprintmovement@gmail.com.