I Know You So Well is a short film about a group of eleven healthcare professionals processing their experience as caregivers. The eleven strangers have been brought together by two artists to work on a movement piece. The film weaves a unique visual perspective to express emotional reflections on the work caregivers do, and its meaning in their lives.
Justice Nnanna is a Nigerian-American Director and Photographer. He graduated from NYU Tisch & studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London.
In 2019, Nnanna’s work has shown at The Red Bull Music Festival in Los Angeles, Artspace in New Haven, The Block Museum of Art in Chicago. In 2019 he won a SIMA (Social Impact Media Award) for his short film “Megolonyo: With a Mother You Are Rich” which centers on Ugandan women empowerment groups started by female survivors of the Ugandan Civil War. His projects are in current award contention at The Brooklyn Film Festival and The Greenpoint Film Festival.
The Nitehawk Shorts Festival MATINEE ONE program presents eight short films that explore sincere and insincere quests for intimacy, the attraction of nostalgia, and a very personal look at our immigration climate.