Calling all directors! Join us at the next free @seedandspark #CreativeSustainability Session where we’ll discuss directing for film and TV with Kat Candler— Tomorrow at 1pm PT RSVP: https://bit.ly/3jKj7Le
Creating Bubbly Brown Sugar. I have won awards for writing, acting and overall storytelling at several series, and have had the opportunity to pitch at a major network. Who knows how that would have happened if I had not taken a leap of faith to create my own body of work?
A few months ago, my answer would have been something very personal, but with consideration for all that is happening, I am concerned about a civil war. I will not be black against white, but good verses evil.
When my mother died in 2016, I felt as if life became so dim. Nothing I was working on mattered anymore and I remember praying that God bless me with new life, purpose and for that spark. After a year of praying, this story was downloaded into my spirit while driving to work one day.… Read More @TamalaBaldwin @bubblybrownsugarseries: What’s a defining moment in your life?
I believe that art can either reflect life or it can shape it. As a black woman, I wanted to create stories that help elevate black experiences, by focusing on narratives that center around the ideals of peace, abundance, love, and our dreams coming true. You are what you think, and black people live in… Read More @TamalaBaldwin @bubblybrownsugarseries: Why did you decide to get into this industry?
Calling all directors! Join us at the next free @seedandspark #CreativeSustainability Session where we’ll discuss directing for film and TV with Kat Candler— November 13 at 1pm PT RSVP: https://bit.ly/3jKj7Le
Facebook: www.facebook.com/aimiendeTwitter: @AimiNSelaInstagram: @aimiende What’s next for me… Screening my most recent short film, Hermit, a short about a husband coming to terms with the loss of his soulmate.And, developing my next short film, As The Cookie Crumbles, a musical short discussing two perspectives on having loved and lost.
Don’t laugh! Gnomes 🙂
This may seem cliche, but, don’t give up. Get clear on what it is you’re trying to achieve, first for yourself and then for those around you so they understand what they are cheering you on for/toward.Learn as much as you can from anyone who crosses paths with you.Share your knowledge with those wanting to learn, but… Read More @aimiende: What advice do you have for other women in the industry?
Oh, every time I successfully complete a short film is a successful moment in my career for me, truly. If I had to pick one or two that landed me on cloud nine, the first would be winning the Best LGBT short film award for my short, Utopia, at the Montreal International Black Film Festival a… Read More @aimiende: What is a successful moment in your career so far?