The streets is a short stop. Either you slanging crack rock,
or you got a wicked jump-shot.
— Biggie Smalls
35 mins | English | Documentary
Director: Paul Lewis
Subterracon Films, in partnership with The Abstract Athlete project, is in production on a new short documentary featuring the Richmond, Virginia-based artist, Jaraz Jenkins, who survived a life on the street and jail-time to build a new, creative and positive life.
The producers hope to inspire and educate a local to global community with Jaraz's unique voice and incredible journey.
GIVING LEVELS FOR FINISHING JARAZ
Thank you to all our donors. Your support has made this film possible!
$25+ — Your name listed on our website
$150+ — The project poster and all previous benefits
$150+ — Invitation to our first-cut screening and all previous benefits
$250+ — Your choice of project merch package and all previous benefits
$500+ — Your name listed on a back-end on-screen scrolling credit and all previous benefits
$1000+ — Your name listed on a front-end on-screen credit
Thank you to the supporters of this film
Dale and John Schwartz and Family
The Henry Family
Jan Serr & John Shannon
Marcia and Harry Thalhimer
Ron V. Johnson Sr.
Joseph and Suzanne Seipel
Sasha Waters Freyer