Film by Kefentse Johnson



    “The Servant” is a portrait documentary of a black civil rights activist minister who reflects on the events that shaped his life. At the age of 84, Rev. Dr. Herbert Daughtry Sr. is amazed at his life journey. After overcoming a heroin addiction and several years of incarceration he was able to change the negative course of his life through a spiritual encounter while incarcerated. As a result of his experience he was able to have a significant positive impact on the world.


    Director: Johnson, Kefentse
    Editor: Greg Daniels
    Special Thanks to Rev. Dr. Herbert Daughtry Sr., Bishop Eric R. Figueroa, Sr., Kalechi Noel, Joshua Eichenbaum, Jerry King, Babak Rassi, Andrea Weiss




    Kefentse Johnson is a Brooklyn native who found his passion for cinematography after volunteering for The House of The Lord Church Media Ministry Department. He received his B.A. in liberal Arts from Medgar Evers College and M.A. in Criminal Justice from John Jay College. Kefentse holds various civil service titles and he has worked in the field of social work for over 2 years. His love for film has led him on a quest to use the art of documentary storytelling to bring about social change.

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