Podcast Series on “Voices of Representation” with “Advanced TV Herstory”

One of the greatest benefits of being a part of The Reel Women is meeting amazing professionals. I had the wonderful opportunity, thanks to Cynthia Bemis Abrams and her Advanced TV Herstory, a podcast, to help interview some amazing women, including several from The Reel Women community! Episodes with Danielle Earle and Sanicole Young are… Read More Podcast Series on “Voices of Representation” with “Advanced TV Herstory”

#realtalk with Lynda Furlow: In Conversations with Black Female Creators

We’re excited for the premiere of “#realtalk with Lynda Furlow: In Conversations with Black Female Creators” Hosted/Moderated by Lynda Furlow (https://manylink.co/@LyndaFurlow) – Writer, director, founder of FTVP & advocate for Women of Color in the media Special Guests: Yolonda Ross – Actress, writer, director, plays Jada Washington on “The Chi” – Showtime Tonya Pinkins – Tony… Read More #realtalk with Lynda Furlow: In Conversations with Black Female Creators

5-Part Podcast Series with “Advanced TV Herstory”

I am so humbled and excited to share a 5-part series with Cynthia Bemis Abrams and “Advanced TV Herstory”. Because Cynthia says it so much better than I can: “Sometimes we lose sight of the adage “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.” Since lockdown I’ve connected with people and organizations that… Read More 5-Part Podcast Series with “Advanced TV Herstory”

@cocoelaineg @sasha_and_condi: What are you working on next? In addition, if people want to find out more about you, where can they find you on social media?

You can follow my adventures and ramblings on IG (@cocoelaineg) and Twitter (@celaineg). SEX IS A GOD THING is still making the festival rounds, and a feature is in the works. My collaborative mockumentary series, SASHA & CONDI (@sasha_and_condi) will premiere soon. And on to the next.

@cocoelaineg @sasha_and_condi: What is your biggest concern with the future?

Uncertainty. History still repeating. Hard heads. There is little stability in a writer’s world, and being a queer black woman, it feels like we have spurts of time when it’s OUR moment to be queer in the media, then to be black in the media, and maybe to be black and queer. It’s scary to… Read More @cocoelaineg @sasha_and_condi: What is your biggest concern with the future?

@cocoelaineg @sasha_and_condi: What’s a defining moment in your life?

My first semester in law school. It was the only time I didn’t make any A’s, only C’s. And I was not necessarily humbled, but I was enlightened by the experience. I learned that defining myself by grades, lists, honors and so on did little to service my soul. It really made me question my purpose… Read More @cocoelaineg @sasha_and_condi: What’s a defining moment in your life?

@cocoelaineg @sasha_and_condi: Why did you decide to get into this industry?

I’ve been “running” away from the industry for a lot of my adult career. I’ve always loved writing, but sought the more “practical” route as an attorney, then a teacher. I finally went back to school to get an MFA in playwriting, and after taking a screenwriting course, fell in love with TV/Film (again). My… Read More @cocoelaineg @sasha_and_condi: Why did you decide to get into this industry?

@charia: What are you working on next? In addition, if people want to find out more about you, where can they find you on social media?

What are you working on next? In addition, if people want to find out more about you, where can they find you on social media? IG: @charia Twitter: @chareeuh  The world is such a mess right now, and I honestly find it hard to imagine anything beyond the next dawning day. My goal for as… Read More @charia: What are you working on next? In addition, if people want to find out more about you, where can they find you on social media?