Women of color Arts and Film Festival Atlanta Archives 2005 – 2012
2012 WOCAF Atlanta Festival Promo video.
Picture Gallery WOCAF 2005 – 2012. Coming soon
Asa interview with WOCAF Festival Director Mojisola Sonoiki at WOCAF Atlanta 2009
Maami by Tunde Kelani Centrepiece film at WOCAF 2012
Ramchand Pakistani by Mehreen Jabbar opening night feature at WOCAF 2009
As Old as My Tongue by Andy Jones winner of the Audience Favorite Award WOCAF 2008
WOCAF Festival Director Mojisola Sonoiki catches up with Funke Akindele at NEA Awards. I had 5 minutes to conduct a rushed interview
Ties That Bind by Leila Djansi closing night film at WOCAF 2012
Dr. Johnson comes from a lineage of educators, activists and political leaders in Nigeria. Born to a wealthy lawyer, Alfred Latunde Johnson and Mother Harriet Susan Johnson(nee Crowther Nichol) on Lagos Island, Dr. Johnson was the last of six children.