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The Divas of Culture: Michelle Materre and Aisha Karefa-Smart speak with,
Calypso Rose an exuberant and inspiring ambassador for the Caribbean, is the uncontested and much decorated diva of Calypso music. With more than 800 recorded songs, she continues to be a pioneer and champion of women’s rights, as she travels the world making music. French-Cameroonian filmmaker Pascale Obolo spends four years with Calypso Rose on a very personal journey. Traveling to Paris, New York, Trinidad and Tobago and to her ancestral home in Africa, we learn more about Calypso Rose in each place, and the many faces and facets of her life. The daughter of an illiterate Trinidadian fisherman, Calypso Rose was one of ten children, who at the age of 9 was sent to live with relatives in Tobago. At 15 she wrote her first song and launched her career.
Jojopahmaria Nsoroma returns for the third of a six-part series on the Age of Illumination – the post-modern evolution of humanity.
Crystal Renée Emery’s professional background spans more than 30 years of experience in the entertainment industry as a producer, writer, and director.
Talibah Newman wrapping up her graduate studies at Columbia University's School of the Arts for Directing.
SABRINA SCHMIDT GORDON has been committed to cultural and social issue documentary filmmaking for over a decade.
Our Rhineland follows two mixed-race sisters during the Third Reich era. Written & directed by Faren Humes.
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