The story takes place in 2013 and it follows an 11-year old African American Birmingham native, inner-city child prodigy who plays the cello. Raised and home-schooled by his 58-year old grandmother, Malik Kofi is an inspiration and the epitome of one who is living his life on purpose. Malik is brilliant, curious, musically inclined and mature beyond his years.
Audiences will be inspired by this family’s sacrifices to make sure Malik gets what he needs to further his dream of a musical career on a world stage.
Best Documentary - 2017 BronzeLens Film Festival; Winner Award of Merit - IMPACT DOCS Awards; Official Selection - 2017 International Black Film Festival; Official Selection - 2018 Sidewalk Film Festival