Finding yourself is hard for any kid. For a foster child like Viktory Hill, it often feels impossible; but with heart, imagination, and a sturdy pair of dancing shoes, Vicky always manages to keep her head up and her eyes on the prize: finding where she belongs.
Viktory is a serial drama that explores an underrepresented side of the American family. A unique coming of age story from the perspective of a child raised between two cultures, that anyone who has ever felt themselves pulled in two directions can relate to. Explore the site to watch exclusive clips and to find out information about screening times.
The Creative Team
Cast & Crew
Kimberly is an award-winning writer & producer from West Chicago IL. Not to be confused with the west side of Chicago (it happens). She is one of 15 siblings, not all from the same family or bloodline. Which makes for great stories. "Viktory" is grounded in her personal experiences as a foster child. She started her career in theater as an actress but found limited roles out there for black women, so now she is focused on writing them. She started working on her friend's films to become a better screenwriter and has been in love with the medium ever since. "Viktory" is the first production of her own ever produced.
Stephanie Jeter is an award-winning filmmaker from Chicago. Her latest project, "Searching for Isabelle", is currently touring North America and will be available on Amazon Prime in early 2019. Stephanie's body of work is comprised of projects which have strong and complex women of color at its center. She was instantly enamored with "Viktory" because of its well-written charactersand unique perspective on transracial adoption. She's excited to be on the "Viktory" team, and can't wait to bring this story to the audience across the globe. As Director, Stephanie played a key role in bringing the concept of Viktory to life on the screen.
Dre Robinson is a writer, director, producer, and editor who was born and raised in Chicago. He started his career in theatre, working with some of the top theatre companies in the world including The Goodman Theatre, The Second City, and Congo Square Theatre Company. With over 20 years of experience, Dre has produced a number of film and theatrical productions. He has worked with Nike, NBA, World Basketball Association, Wells Fargo, and Fisk University. He studied theatre at USC and film at Columbia College Chicago. Dre’s passion for film started when he was a child. “Ever since my mom took me out of school to go see Raiders of the Lost Ark, I knew that I wanted to be apart of this magical world”.
Kiara Wolfe is a Chicago based actress and co-founder of Reel Oddity. As a creative producer she is committed to stories that challenge and highlight unheard voices. Kiara works to encourage dialogue about traumatic healing and authentic storytelling.
Jaqueline Dasilva is an American child actress. She was born in 2007 in Chicago, Illinois. Jaqueline began her career at age 1 as a child model working for American Girl, ToysRus, Chelsea and Scott, and the Land of Nod. She also appeared in commercials for companies such as McDonald's, Kraft, Kmart, Kimberly Clark, Blue Cross and Blue Shield, and Cox Communication. Between 2016 and 2017, she was part of the Lyric Opera of Chicago production of The Magic Flute, and Il Trovatore. In 2019, Jaqueline landed the role of "Paulanne," the on-screen daughter of Dr. Kevin Christy (John Cusack) in the Amazon Prime TV series "Utopia."