Film Makers 15 Groundbreaking Women Directors
In Hollywood, women don’t have to be in front of the cameras to shine.
Each of the 15 women profiled in Film Makers share a common trait: she is, as Shonda Rhimes says, “First. Only. Different.”
These phenomenal women have entered into the film and television industry often being the first woman at a prestigious film school, the first woman to win an award usually given to their male counterparts, or even the first BIPOC to be nominated as—and win—best director at the Academy Awards.
While their resumes are impressive, it is how they live their lives that has made a greater impact in the communities they serve.
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
Publication Date: July 19, 2022
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Known affectionately as “your family’s favorite author,” Tanisia “Tee” Moore writes uplifting work for all ages. For young adult readers, her debut book with co-author Lyn Miller-Lachmann in the Women of Power series profiling women filmmakers was announced in November 2020. For adults, she is the author of After the Storm, an inspiring contemporary romance novel of redemption and restoration. Tee has been published in the Alabama News, Medium, and Readers Digest, as well as a TEDx talk on motherhood and entrepreneurship.
She is a proud alumna of Clark Atlanta University—where she majored in Mass Media Arts with a concentration in radio— and Florida A&M University College of Law. When Tee isn’t writing, she’s saving the world as a loving, compassionate (and sometimes crazy) wife and mother. Originally from Southern California, she now lives in the southern belle state of Alabama.
To read Tee’s work, visit https://linktr.ee/moteellc.
Tags: YA, Nonfiction, BIPOC