Nicole Brooks

Nicole Brooks is an award-winning filmmaker, director, performer, singer, playwright, composer, curator, teacher and “art-ivist,” who has devoted over 15 years producing innovative content (for the stage and screen), with a focus on narratives that illuminate the peoples of the African Diaspora. VIEW THE SISTAH CONCERT[ess_grid alias=”march-women”]

Sharon Lewis

Voted one of the top most powerful people in Canada by Elle Magazine in 2004, Sharon Lewis is an award-winning director, actor, producer and writer. Sharon was one of the first women of color to co-found a theatre company in Toronto,the first woman of color to host two national live TV programs, and now the…

Mariette Monpierre

Born in Guadeloupe and raised in Paris, writer/director Mariette Monpierre began her career as a producer of award-winning, powerful short films. Her first feature film, Le Bonheur d’Elza received favourable reviews from both the New York Times and Indiewire.  See Mariette’s latest project for television, CarribbeanGirl NYC on CTTV WATCH CARIBBEANGIRL NYC[ess_grid alias=”march-women”]

Mary Wells

Mary Wells is a freelance director, writer and producer presently based in Jamaica. She has some 30 years experience in TV and film production, developing, producing and directing documentaries and narratives for the Caribbean region. Her films have won awards and garnered recognition from notable establishments such as TIFF and UNESCO. WATCH KINGSTON PARADISE[ess_grid alias=”march-women”]