Trace the Line is an independent feature length film being produced in Madison, WI by Bravebird Productions in conjunction with Arts Wisconsin. The film was successfully shot in 21 days COVID-19 free. All donations are tax deductible. 

Set in Wisconsin, Trace the Line explores the complexities of American culture through the themes of race, privilege, and art. Asa Little (Matthew Charles Bogart), the thought provoking, bold, spoken-word artist is grappling with the ugly reality of what many Black Americans felt in 2020.

At the center of the film is Asa’s creative collaboration with Eva Sorenson (Brooke Leland), a talented surrealist, who is wrestling with the implications White privilege has on society. The film follows their artistic expression as they each struggle with their internal battles culminating to a head in their creative endeavor.

This is the first film debut for Matthew and Brooke who are Wisconsin artists playing fictionalized versions of themselves. They both commissioned original artwork for the film.

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Trace The Line



Trace the Line is an independent feature length film being produced in Madison, WI by Bravebird Productions in conjunction with Arts Wisconsin. The film was successfully shot in 21 days COVID-19 free. All donations are tax deductible. 

Set in Wisconsin, Trace the Line explores the complexities of American culture through the themes of race, privilege, and art. Asa Little (Matthew Charles Bogart), the thought provoking, bold, spoken-word artist is grappling with the ugly reality of what many Black Americans felt in 2020.

At the center of the film is Asa’s creative collaboration with Eva Sorenson (Brooke Leland), a talented surrealist, who is wrestling with the implications White privilege has on society. The film follows their artistic expression as they each struggle with their internal battles culminating to a head in their creative endeavor.

This is the first film debut for Matthew and Brooke who are Wisconsin artists playing fictionalized versions of themselves. They both commissioned original artwork for the film.