1. The film, "Act 4," is produced by Highpoint Church's production department. This film belongs in the four part series of Highpoint Church's Holy Week sermon. This film describes the crucifixion of Jesus in a way that has never been seen before. I am only acting in this film.

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  2. The synopsis of the film is to show how human beings are in constant motion by machine or physical body while our interaction of human beings can bring positive or negative thoughts as we preceded our daily life. The film is to capture a young black man understanding his on identity as his daily life challenges him of who he thinks he is.

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Richard Williams’ artistic practice has been center on by a fascination with how people construct their reality around others, the power of signs and symbols, social politics, and people’s relationship with the natural world. To portray life in its ugliness…


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Richard Williams’ artistic practice has been center on by a fascination with how people construct their reality around others, the power of signs and symbols, social politics, and people’s relationship with the natural world. To portray life in its ugliness and beautiful, Williams goal is not to make artwork to tell the world how they should think, but how they should question their thinking to define is their thought process coming from them or has it been instilled by culture, family, society, or religious beliefs. After earning an associate’s degree in Applied Science in Graphic Communications, Williams continued his studies at Memphis College of Art to work primarily in digital media. Williams’ films have been submit at the Angelus Student Festival Film 2010 and shown at Juried Undergraduate Exhibition. His artwork has appeared in print magazines and newspapers, on the covers of a conference program and a student literary journal, and on clothing. His honors and awards include the “100 Black Men of St. Louis” Scholarship, Certificate of Award, Participation in “Fashion Focus 1997”, Character Appreciation Award, 1999’s Heroes Art & Essay Contest, CSD Cooperating School Districts, 2003-Phi Theta Kappa, Phi Theta Kappa Society, International Scholastic Order of the Two-Year College, and Certificate of Recognition, Outstanding Service as Outstanding Illustrator-Comic Book Artist Guild.

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