Twenty-Eight year old Tomisin Adepeju is at the forefront of a new wave of British filmmakers exploring topics that offer an insight into the generational shifts of the African Diaspora.
Making it in the film industry is not for the faint of heart. It is notoriously known for being hard to get into. Screenwriter and director Dionne Edwards is in the curious position of having not just succeeded, but having succeeded really well.
There’s a significant gap in representation for darker-skinned folk, and Simrah Farrukh wants to do something about it.
Her mode of storytelling is visceral and captivating, an art form that sets her apart from her peers in her industry.