FILM SHORT: ‘Fragile’ Highlights Lowcountry Women Entrepreneurs

“Ten women-owned businesses in Charleston, South Carolina, coming together. A global pandemic. One story. “Fragile” depicts countless Charleston women entrepreneurs’ emotional journeys and strength through these COVID-19 times. The film was directed by Chief Cat Herder/Lead Filmmaker Shelby Ring of Ruby Riot Creatives, collaborating with Dance Lab Charleston founder, Jenny Broe.

“We may not look the way we did before COVID-19, we may not do business the way we did before COVID-19, but we’re better because of it”, says Shelby Ring, film director and lead cinematographer of this piece. “We’re stronger because of the resistance and challenges we’ve gone through, and I think if there’s anything this time has shown us —it’s that as women, we can absolutely handle anything life throws at us.”

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http://charlestondaily.net/fragile-a-short-film-depicting-the-low-country-woman-entrepreneurs-journey-through-covid-19-released-by-woman-owned-film-company-in-charleston/

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