A film about awakening inner strength, “Today I have the Power” represents the transformation of a girl into a woman. The piece was created for the Girls on the Run® program in central Idaho to inspire individuals to join, and to educate the community on the benefits of this life altering experience for young girls.


Film was written, directed and produced by Jordan Baker, Gorilla Haus

Co-writer: Mary Fauth 

Cinematography: Ben Parker 

Runners: Cortney and Anika Vandenburgh

Voice: Rayne Baker 

Music: Tony Anderson - “Hope”

Director Bio:
Jordan Baker is a long time resident of the Wood River Valley. His love for film started as early as age 4 when his father gave him his first camera.  A self taught entrepreneur he is running a small successful Videography business. Specializing in creative storytelling.   With a heart full of stories to tell and experiences to share with the world- if you ask him he would say this is only the beginning of what he has in store for us.   When he is not out adventuring with his camera, you will find him spending his days with his 11 year old daughter and 6 year old son jumping on trampolines, hanging by the river or crossfitting. 

Premiered at:

Trail Running Film Festival, Seattle WA
September 2016

Trail Running Film Festival North American Tour 2016/2017
September 2016-February 2017 

"People Like Us" Video Festival, Cinematheque of Macedonia
March 2017

Buenos Aires Running Film Festival, Buenos Aires, Argentina
November 2017