Faren Humes (Miami, Fl, 1986) is a filmmaker whose work engages the concept of temporality and explores Black interiority through modalities of duration and rhythmic flow. Her films have screened at the Berlinale, SXSW, Blackstar Film Festival, New Orleans Film Festival, Pan African Film Festival, Chicago Int'l Film Festival and the Mobile Museum of Art. Her work has been recognized by the Directors Guild of America and the Television Academy of Arts and Sciences. She is the recipient of various honors including the Sundance-Knight Fellowship (2016), Film Independent Project Involve Directing Fellowship (2018) and Chaz & Robert Ebert Fellowship (2018). She was named one of Miami’s Top 100 Creatives by Miami New Times.