Sabrina Moella

Sabrina Moella

Sabrina Moella

Sabrina Moella

Sabrina is a Toronto-based filmmaker, writer and producer whose work primarily focuses on studying and narrating the everyday life, traditions, and culture of the Afro-Caribbean diaspora. She grew up in Paris and started writing as soon as she was old enough to hold a pen. She graduated in Media Studies from La Sorbonne University and worked as a journalist and TV writer in Paris before moving to Toronto. Her films have screened at many festivals across Canada and the US and have aired on prestigious programs such as BET J’s “Black Stories” and the syndicated series “African American Short Films”. She is currently writing her first feature length screenplay.

 

Director: Nappy Heads

 

Nappy Heads

Nappy Heads

(2007, Canada)
A short tribute to the glorious afro.