This short film will screen with other short films in Block 3 | Celebrating Black Voices
Friday, December 9th at 4pm
Palm Springs Art Museum. Palm Springs, California.
Buy Tickets Here 

A ballerina from Los Angeles speaks her truth about passion and pain in the dance industry.

Director Biography – Sterling Hampton

Sterling Hampton is an American filmmaker from Southern California. At the age of 27, Sterling has directed works with various artists in the music video world including the likes of will.i.am, Mario, G-Eazy and others. His proudest piece to date within the music video space is “The Love” – Black Eyed Peas, that was adopted by the the 2020 presidential election campaign and played at the inauguration.

Although his beginnings as a teenager started out within the film festival circuit as documentary filmmaker.

Sterling has returned to the film world to tell stories and shed light on topics of race, gender, religion and sustainability. He hopes to also make a contribution to the feature film arena with his core values and above all create pieces of artwork that change the way people think.

Director Statement

My mission is to make people feel. Then think. Then act.

Category: Uncategorized