Shirley Bruno

Shirley Bruno’s films draw from her Haitian heritage preserving and radicalizing her ancestral traditions and mythology. She creates modern myths that expose the slippery spaces between the physical and metaphysical world, between collective memory and history. In her work, she explores the every day, the Sacred, and the intimate violence in the things left unsaid…

Judy Singh

Judy Singh attended the school of Radio and Television Arts at Ryerson University, Toronto, Ca. She has produced & directed many documentary TV series and short film dramas. Her short doc, part music video ‘Blood’ screens with CTWD: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0802141/ WATCH RESILIENCE[ess_grid alias=”march-women”]

Elspeth Duncan

Elspeth Duncan is a Trinidadian writer, photographer, filmmaker, musician, and KRI certified Kundalini Yogini instructor. Her writing experience includes poetry, fiction, song lyrics, articles for Caribbean and international publications and scripts for film and theatre. Daisy Chain is her first published work of fiction – https://www.amazon.com/Elspeth-Duncan/e/B009L0H2W4 WATCH INVISIBLE[ess_grid alias=”march-women”]

Ella Cooper

Ella is an award-winning multidisciplinary artist/documentary filmmaker, experienced creative facilitation, impact producer, educator and consultant who has worked in Canada’s arts and culture sector for over 15 years. https://ellacooper.format.com/ellacooper WATCH BLACK MEN LOVING[ess_grid alias=”march-women”]

Dawn Wilkinson

Dawn Wilkinson is an award-winning director and screenwriter born in Montreal and raised in Toronto. She is an alumni of the ‘Norman Jewison’ Canadian Film Centre and a graduate of the University of Toronto. Her first feature film Devotion (2005) stars ‘Jasmine Richards’ Camp Rock (2008). – http://www.dawnwilkinson.com/bio.html WATCH DEVOTION[ess_grid alias=”march-women”]

Charysse Harper

Being a dual citizen of the United States and Trinidad & Tobago, Charysse Tia Harper has focused projects on her Trinidad culture: award-winning film, The Other Side of Carnival (2010), T&T 50 in Fifteen (2012), and Panomundo: Part 1: The Evolution of the Steelpan (2015); and on her American identity: award-winning documentary, 12 Months (2014).…

Candace Lela-Rolingson

Currently a master’s degree candidate at Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business (ALJGSB)- University of the West Indies, in pursuit to attain a MSc in International Master of Business Development & Innovation. She is passionate about learning and collaborating on exciting projects! WATCH POSITIVE AND PREGNANT[ess_grid alias=”march-women”]

Asha Lovelace

A Filmmaker from Trinidad & Tobago, she made her debut with the short film George and the Bicycle Pump at the Toronto International Film Festival, an official selection for Planet Africa. This short won Best Short Film at the Decibel Short Film competition Trinidad 2002 among other films she has made.  Studied communication & cinema…

Lana Lovell

Lana Lovell began directing in earnest five years ago, after working as a researcher and producer in news and current affairs. Lana’s most recent documentary Resilience: stories of single black mothers screened at film festivals including the Mid Atlantic Black Film Festival in Atlanta. Read an Interview with Lana Lovell WATCH RESILIENCE[ess_grid alias=”march-women”]