“You can’t find home until you leave it.”
“Jeremiah Strong” is a short film about a drifter trying to make amends for past
mistakes. While searching for a low-rent apartment, Jeremiah (Barry Scott) discovers
affordable housing isn’t the only thing that’s difficult to regain in life.
“Jeremiah Strong” screened in more than 30 film festivals around the world, winning
several honors for acting and cinematography. In 2003, director Kevin Shaw was nominated
for the Gordon Parks Emerging African American Filmmaker award sponsored by the
In 2005, the film was licensed to PBS through American Public Television. It is
now available for view at www.blackpublicmedia.org.