Film director, author and poet, Ji Strangeway is the creator of the female-centric, coming-of-age film, NUNE.
Writing from the margins of gender, orientation and circumstance, Strangeway’s work is an unconventional call to action. Her words are for the dreamers and idealists.
Strangeway specializes in the following genres:
“Filmmaking is one of the hardest things a human can do. It should be ranked right up there with neurologist, chemist, engineer, and rocket scientist.” – Ji Strangeway
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Why do people fear death? ☠️ 🙄#poetry #girlw1000eyes #fearless #death... See MoreSee Less
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#poetry #jistrangeway #awakening“When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things” – Corinthians 13:11Poem: The Welcomingfor many yearsi sat in this dark cavea Platowithout sun or shadowcarved each letterfrom the etherpretendingi would be reborn a child—perhaps to a family of three or four.when i came into this worldi spat the ground god had given mestanding with my two small feeti asked the same thing Jesus didoh why … yes, and all that is forsaken.but i didn’t know betterwalking my life backwardslike all the restcelebrating “birth” dayswhich were just marches towards death.i stained my pillowwith dreams turned bittermedicinal vomit of thingslife had fed and spoiled within.quieted i watchedhow time would changemyself and others to discoverhow people have alwaysremained the same….i used to counthow many meals i’ve eatenhow many cups of coffee i have downedin my entire life although my lifewas only 40 percent spentand the rest is like a depositincurring zero interest.i have returned to the cave;to pen my beliefswith ink made of memoryrunning like condensationdripping veins forming riversof muddy tearsi am walking forwardjust like the Corinthian thatspake not of the childonce it became a man.and though i am a womani am that man—the maturity of my beingnessnow welcomes me.--Audio: soundcloud.com/ji-strangeway/poem-the-welcoming... See MoreSee Less
Poem: The Welcoming
“When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things” – Corinthians 13:11Woman in cave on beach Poem: The W...
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