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. There was a group of us and we had to […]
Born an artist and a hustler, Taj Omari started pushing her paintings for profit at the age of 5. Though she always perceived herself as an artist, it wasn’t until 2014 that she began to see herself as a creative.
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.
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.
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 that means working behind the scenes.
There is nothing pretty about the truth but there is beauty in understanding; wise words from rising college senior, Kenley Duke.
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 and characters that they forget that they are watching a […]
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.
For Chanel Young, a call granting her the role of a lifetime was more than a dream come true. It was her years of preparation and hard work met with a divine opportunity.
Kiersten Nurse, a black female filmmaker from Atlanta talks about her 3-part anthology covering the issues that result from policing and the criminal justice system.