Meet Dionne Edwards: A UK Director and Storyteller

Blossom: Tell us about the moment you became a filmmaker. Dionne Edwards: I remember it quite vividly actually, I was 14 and was into writing stories and drama class was one of my better areas. My teacher put me on to a TV workshop outside of school. […]

Meet Raven White: A Female Animator Using Art To Tell Stories

Content creator Raven White produces the art that she wishes she had growing up. With Internet-famed recreations of cultural icons such as Pokémon, Chance the Rapper, Beyoncé’s dancers and most recently ABC’s Black-ish star Tracee Ellis Ross as the Magic School Bus’ conductor Ms. Fizzle. 

Meet Alexis Harris: The Actress On Our Radar

Vibrant, creative and armed with an old soul, Alexis Harris and her stories breathe honesty and intentionality, despite living in a society that thrives on sex, drugs, social media and reality television.

Meet Imani Nia Robinson: An Actress Committed to Her Dreams

Actors dream of starring in shows that will be dubbed as “classics”. 24-year-old actress, Imani Nia Robinson, has dreamed that very dream since she was five. Unlike many dreamers, however, the Baltimore native is striving to make her big screen dreams a reality, even if […]

Meet Candi Garrett: A Director Passionate about Visual Storytelling

Whether donning the hat of director, screenwriter or editor, visual storyteller Candi Garrett strives to bring together like-minded individuals to create and produce authentic and impassioned stories, with high production value. The Anniston, AL., native longs for viewers to be so engulfed in her stories […]

Meet Little Apple: On Redefining a “Child’s Place”

Gentrification. Racism. Microagression. And the all-knowing 9-year-old prepared to tackle it all. Little Apple is a live-action sci/fi drama following a 9-year-old claircognizant (all-knowing) little Black girl growing up in a new Harlem, N.Y.