See Me In Nature

Meet a few of Alabama’s Black environmental leaders, activists, and historians who are currently shaping their community and providing long overdue awareness of the roots of the work.

Official Selections: Denton Black Film Festival as part of the EarthX Block, Colorado Environmental Film Festival, Greenwood Film Festival, Tennessee International Indie Film Festival, Maine Outdoor Film Festival, Eugene Environmental Film Festival, Sidewalk Film Festival, International Activism Film Festival, Urban Film Festival

About the Director

Asia Singleton is a compelling award-winning filmmaker from Chicago with expertise in every stage of the production process, from development to post-production. Her journalism and documentary filmmaking has received recognition from the Iowa Motion Picture Association, Midwest Broadcast Journalist Association, and Iowa College Media Association. Her passion for storytelling stems from bringing awareness to social justice issues affecting communities and providing others a space to share dialogue to spark change around the community and the world. Asia holds an M.A in Communication with a concentration in Digital Media and Storytelling from Loyola University Chicago, a B.A in Media Studies from Loras College in Dubuque, IA, and an A.A in Liberal Arts from Arrupe College of Loyola University Chicago. Previously, she worked as a multimedia intern at WBEZ Curious City and as a production intern at WTTW Chicago Tonight. When not storytelling, she enjoys traveling, cooking, kayaking, and binge-watching Netflix shows.

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