Christopher Summa’s BE MY BROTHER is a 15-minute film that is inspired by both biblical and current events. It asks the timeless question of humanity: Can we treat the person whom we do not know, the stranger whom we fear and maybe even see as the enemy, as a brother? Shot on the streets of New York City the film celebrates the idea that every person has a dream and that it is never too late to be a pioneer of peace and truth in this world.
(Running time: 15 minutes – 16mm Color)

Winner Film Fest New Haven “Short Filmmaking Award for Drama”
Winner Film Video Arts – NY “Artist Mentor Film Grant”
Official Selection Damah Film Festival
Official Selection The Method Fest, Pasadena, CA
Official Selection Melbourne International Film Festival
Official Selection Director’s View International Film Festival
Official Selection Anthology Film Archives, New York

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