Film

Me Too: Why I'm Making a Film About Sexual Abuse

This film is about those moments that change things forever

When I was 14, construction workers arrived in my middle school to build a new gym. In the meantime, me and the other girls had to change to a temporary building adjacent to the construction site. One day, a teacher told us that the construction workers were peeping at us through the windows, and we had to be careful. That was it.

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Image courtesy of Aïssa Maïga

Aïssa Maïga To Lead Ground-Breaking Forum on Black Women In France's Film Industry at Cannes

The Senegalese-French actress will lead a forum alongside 15 African actresses to discuss negative portrayals of black women in France's film industry.

It would seem that there's nothing Aïssa Maïga can't and won't do in her fight for equality and inclusion of black women in the French film industry.

Now, the award-winning Senegalese-French actress will be leading a historical forum focusing on inclusion and portrayals of African actresses in the French film industry.

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