The Empowering Animated Short Film “The Power Of Hope” Directed By Kalia Love Jones Inspires Michelle Obama And Many Others
The former First Lady Michelle Obama took to Instagram to share with her followers about The Power of Hope animated short film directed by 14-year-old Kalia Love Jones and its important message.
The Power of Hope animated short film nominated for an NAACP Image Award and a Pan African Film and Arts Festival Award has an empowering message that has inspired Michelle Obama and so many others.
The animated short film The Power of Hope directed by Kalia Love Jones is inspired by a Michelle Obama speech that tells the inspirational story of a young woman with big dreams. An inspiring architect feels helpless when her mother falls ill, but moved by the words of Michelle Obama, she finds the will to persevere and bring her dreams to life.
The animated short film The Power of Hope has been selected into four Academy Awards qualifying film festivals: Urbanworld Film Festival, LA Shorts International Film Festival, HollyShorts Film Festival, and the Pan African Film and Arts Festival. The Power of Hope animated short film is qualified for the Peabody Awards.
The Power of Hope animated short film continues to receive exceptional reviews and is well received by film critics, the entertainment industry, and Hollywood’s A-list including Kelly Clarkson, Gal Gadot, director Regina King and director Patty Jenkins.
Kalia Love Jones, director of The Power of Hope animated short film is the youngest filmmaker ever nominated for an NAACP Image Award in the Motion Picture category of Outstanding Short Form (Animated) and she is the youngest director to be nominated for a Pan African Film and Arts Festival Award for Best Short Narrative (Animation or Live Action).