There's much to see here. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about conscious storytelling while you watch talkbacks, interviews, Q&As and workshop highlights from Ogechi Musa's journey to creating protest art.
After screening beautiful short films at the Indie Night Film Festival, the legendary casting director/event co-host Robi Reed interviewed Kim Coleman: a fellow well-accomplished casting director. Their industry wisdom and advice filled the theatre with actors and industry folk alike. To close the festival out, Ogechi Musa screened project trailers and shared an emotionally charged call for more marginalized voices to be heard through conscious storytelling.
Los Angeles, CA January 2020
Watch highlights and the post-screening Q&A at the NYC premiere of Friction. Support came from all walks of life and filled the theatre in Times Square as Ogechi Musa shared her first feature film debut and answered audience questions.
New York, New York 2016
Literary Happy Hour is a curated reading and performance series providing a platform for diverse New Haven writers to present work, build a local following, and form a supportive, collaborative writing community. This happy hour was hosted by Hanifa Washington.
New Haven, CT 2017