Look out for the Impresa film. A film directed by Sephora Woldu (Eritrean). The film is about a young woman in San Francisco contemplating starting a business: her own art gallery. She is a first generation Eritrean American, and the perils of her untraditional business venture worry the family. Our protagonist goes on a day trip in the Bay Area visiting the most creative Eritrean and Ethiopian owned businesses to prove that innovation has a place in the community.
The short film is a light, uplifting look into the ficticious story of one girl abandoning cultural fiscal fears and chasing entrepreneurship.
The film also features soundtrack from The Rhapsodist Copperwire Music, Meklit Hadero, Gabriel Teodros, and much more.