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Welcome to our first Black Women Director newsletter of 2022. In a way, we’re now in May, which means we’re already halfway through 2022, which turns out to be a year-long emotional Russian mountain for several reasons. Time is really running away from us. Either way, there is a lot of news regarding black female directors, so let’s get to it:

NannyThe lavishly shot Nikiyato Gosu horror film about motherhood, immigration, cultural clashes and the pain of starting over in another country, debuted at Sundance earlier this year — and won the jury grand prize. Nanny It has a distribution agreement through Blumhouse and Amazon; I can’t wait for this movie to get a bigger release. Her star, Anna Diop, has an irresistibly radiant presence.

PerfectsAnd the An atmospheric horror film about the psychological horror experienced by black women at a fictional Ivy League school in the Northeast starring Regina Hall and Zoe Renee (of jinn renommée) a égallement fait ses débuts à Sundance plus tôt cette année et a été acheté et publié par Amazon. The film director, Mariama Diallo, directed the horror short film wolf hair

Debuted again in Sundance which also appeared in Regina Hall, Klax for Jesus, save yourself The Peacock Broadcasting Channel will air over Labor Day weekend. The film, directed by Adama and Adan Ibo, also stars Sterling K. Brown as a pastor of the megachurch, working with his devoted wife (Hall) to rebuild their reputations while competing with the church’s pastors. Another huge church. I love good social sarcasm and this made me laugh out loud for a few moments.

The beautiful and sensitive movie star Naglaa Momen, jinnIt is currently available to stream on the Benchmark channel, so get started right away.

Noma Perrier made a romantic comedy Starring Gabrielle Union and Keith Powers for Netflix, keep your eyes peeled for the soon-to-be release date and trailer, which should arrive later this year.


, a funny and heartwarming sitcom about Philadelphia Public School teachers created by and starring Quinta Bronson. Other stars include Tyler James Williams, Janelle James, and legend Sheryl Lee Ralph.

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