the SAV: Documentary is a year long project observing Savannah's disconnected hip hop music scene. Despite being a city of under 500,000 people, the underground hip hop scene is vastly isolated. This isolation stems from creative differences, geographical identity and a city's history of violence. the SAV: Documentary sets out to highlight the differences between the east-side, west-side, south-side and downtown artists. Unbeknownst to them the only thing that separates them apart is a street sign. The focus of this film is understand the reason behind Savannah's lack of musical identity and dissolve the isolation that occurs between city streets.