Dedicated to creating cinematic experiences that reach beyond traditional modes of narrative form and content, exploring new emotional pathways for his audiences, Jehnovah Carlisle and production crew -- Bay Area based artists -- created The Man Who Feared. The Man Who Feared is the latest of Jehnovah's short cinema, and was made to provoke a critical dialogue among viewers around the topic of "disruptive silence" (when a lack of communication between citizens disrupt social cohesion). Through critical dialogue, a platform is created for everyday people to exchange ideas about social change. The goal is to make those ideas a reality.
Film crew comprised of local filmmakers and artists: Benjamin Michel, Director of Photography; Khamall Jahi, Producer; DeMareon Gipson, Producer; Fatima Nasiyr, Assistant Director; Tania Ku, 2nd Assistant Director, Mao Sakurada-Reich, Script Supervisor; Maalik White, Production Sound; Andrew Clark, Post Production Sound; Donovan Jugarap, Key Grip; Ethan Berry, Production Manager; Openi Hsin Cheung (La La), Graphic Artist; Alexander Kort, Composer.