An appreciation for the cinematography of Jinn

An appreciation for the cinematography of Jinn

Director: Nijla Mu’min

Director of Photography: Bruce F. Cole (Fun fact: he was also the DP for Solace and When Love Kills, two other films directed by Black women!)

This is such a gem of a film. The acting, writing, directing, and the cinematography are so beautiful and well-crafted. Just look at these stills. So much warmth and depth, so much care went into how everyone is portrayed.

Learn more about film at jinnfilm.com for more info.

Jinn is available on Amazon and iTunes and is still playing at film fests.

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