Victoria Mahoney is an actress and filmmaker from the United States. She was named an Auerbach Fellow, Annenberg Fellow, Cinereach Fellow
Cheryl Dunye is a Liberian-American actress, filmmaker, producer, screenwriter, and editor. Dunye’s work frequently explores issues of race, sexuality, and gender, with a focus on black lesbians.
Tina Mabry is a Mississippi-born American film director and screenwriter. Following the release of her first feature film, Mississippi Damned
Amma Asante is a British filmmaker, screenwriter, and former actress who currently serves as the Chancellor of Norwich University of the Arts.
Stella Meghie is a screenwriter and director from Canada. Her feature films include Jean of the Joneses, Everything, Everything, The Weekend, and The Photograph.
Neema Barnette is a film director from the United States and the first African-American woman to direct a primetime sitcom. Barnette was Sony’s first African-American woman to sign a three-picture deal.
Chinonye Chukwu is a Nigerian-American film director best known for his work on the drama Clemency. She is the first black woman to win the Sundance Dramatic Grand Jury Prize.
Katherine McNamara is an actress from the United States best known for her roles on the supernatural drama television series Shadowhunters
Dee Rees is a screenwriter and director from the United States who is best known for her works in Pariah, Bessie, Mudbound, and The Last Thing He Wanted
Ben Lewis is a Canadian actor and writer who has been in the last two seasons of Arrow, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, and Degrassi: The Next Generation, among other projects.