A documentary by Todd Volkmer
The story of a revolutionary artist encouraging her audience to embrace vulnerability and human connection.
Angie Haze is a constant creative force and an agent for change. Learning to play and compose music at a very early age became her escape from the sexual and physical abuse she endured at home.
Out on her own and estranged by her immediate family, Angie has a singular goal in mind. To be a revolutionary force. To help everyone find their own inner peace by digging deep and exposing themselves with complete vulnerability. She does this through her music, and the audience is left breathless.
This documentary provides an inside look backstage and in the studio. There, we see this gifted artist at work as she creates music on a multitude of instruments, crafting epic songs that end in hope and growth. Angie’s positivity is inspiring, as we see this emerging artist struggle with the challenges artists face in the ever changing landscape of “the new music industry.” Today, it is a business not based on talent or merit, but on social media presence alone.
This film is a combination of sit down interviews, and handheld camcorder footage that Angie takes with her on tour and in the studio. Using her personal camcorder as a confessional, we get to see an intimate portrait of an artist in day to day life.