Series 2 Episode 3 Indigo Tongues features Julie Dash the first African American woman to have her film, released in US theaters. We catch up with Ms Dash in Manhattan during the 25th anniversary tour of this historical film. Julie Dash is a Film Director, writer, producer and author. Her[…]
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Series 2 Episode 2 Indigo Tongues features Joke Silva Indigo Tongues catches up with Veteran Award-winning Nollywood Actress Joke Silva, in Lagos, Nigeria. Ms Silva gives us an in-depth look into her career, life and views on social issues. Ms. Silva’s career spans over three decades in the Nigerian entertainment[…]
Music Segment – Series 2 Episode 5 Indigo Tongues features King Sunny Ade COMING SOON! The King of JuJu Music from Nigeria, King Sunny Ade meets up with Indigo Tongues in NY during his 50th anniversary and 70th birthday celebration tour. Not to be missed!
Series 2 Episode 4 Indigo Tongues features Julie Dash COMING SOON! Award-winning Actress, Lydia Forson, voted as one of the 100 most influential Ghanaian personalities catches up with Indigo Tongues in Accra, Ghana to share some insight into her work as an actress.
Music Segment – Series 2 Episode 1 Indigo Tongues features Tosin “Ayanbinrin” Olakanye popularly known as Ayanbinrin, an award winning Talking Drum player from Nigeria, she is one of the only women playing the talking drum on the international scene. Indigo Tongues meets up with Ayanbinrin in New York to[…]
Women in Media Segment – Series 1 Episode 6 Indigo Tongues features Mahen Bonetti originally from Sierra Leone, West Africa, is the Founder of The African Film Festival inc., producers of the New York African Film Festival, one of the largest film festivals dedicated to celebrating African cinema in the[…]
Women in Media Segment – Series 1 Episode 5 Indigo Tongues features Adepero Oduye who recently played the riveting role of Eliza, along side Chiwetel Ejifor, Brad Pitt and Lupita Nyong’o in the Oscar winning film 12 Years a Slave met up with Indigo Tongues for an exhilarating interview. Adepero[…]
Women in Media Segment – Series 1 Episode 4 Indigo Tongues features Leonie Forbes described as Jamaica’s First Lady of Theater and Film speaks with Indigo Tongues about her life long passion of working in Theater, Film and TV. This excellent quote describes Ms Forbes and her work. “Indeed, Leonie[…]
Women in Media Segment – Series 1 Episode 3 Indigo Tongues features Mariette Monpierre. Award winning filmmaker Mariette Monpierre, the first woman to shoot a feature length film on the island of Guadeloupe, meets up with Indigo Tongues to discuss filmmaking life and much more. Mariette Monpierre, started her[…]
Women in Media Segment – Series 1 Episode 2 Indigo Tongues features Wanuri Kahiu Award winning Kenyan Filmmaker, Wanuri Kahiu catches up with Indigo Tongues in Nairobi for a candid interview about working and living life as a filmmaker. Wanuri Kahiu is a young filmmaker who has already made strides[…]
Women in Media Segment – Series 1 Episode 1 Indigo Tongues features Funmi Iyanda Funmi Iyanda, Nigerias’ foremost TV Host and internationally recognized award-wining broadcaster, blogger and journalist, sits down with Indigo Tongues for an honest, lively chat about her life as a popular media personality. In 2011, Ms[…]
Occupy Naija – A view from the frontline Produced by Iyalode productions, Occupy Naija is short docu-narrative that gives an insiders view of the Occupy Nigeria demonstrations that lasted one week across Nigeria from January 2nd – 9th 2012. The Occupy Nigeria protests was a response to the[…]