Felicia Pride

Director of Independent Film
Participe à 1 Session
Felicia Pride is a media professional with more than fifteen years of experience. She's currently the Director of Independent Film at Tugg, a distribution platform. Prior, she collaborated on media projects, specializing in audience development for films like Slavery by Another Name, Middle of Nowhere, and Alice Walker: Beauty in Truth and has worked with organizations like Participant Media, PBS, and NPR.
As a creator, Felicia wrote and produced the short film The End Again, a prequel to Openended, a feature in development that she wrote and is producing. She's a co-producer on the documentary Souls of Black Girls Too! and the author of seven books including the essay collection The Message: 100 Life Lessons from Hip-Hop’s Greatest Songs.
Felicia is the founder of The Create Daily, a resource hub and community for content creators. She has riffed on storytelling, audience, and distribution around the country including at SXSW, Film Independent Forum, AFI Docs, and TEDx. She holds an M.A. from Emerson College.

Sessions auxquelles Felicia Pride participe

Jeudi 29 septembre, 2016

Fuseau horaire: (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)

The Los Angeles Fire Department Museum and Memorial - Fire Museum

Christo Brock, Brocklamation Films (Participant.e)

Susan Margolin, St. Marks Productions (Modérateur.rice)

Josh Braun, Submarine Entertainment (Participant.e)

Nolan Gallagher (Participant.e)

Keith Ochwat, Paradigm Consulting (Participant.e)

Felicia Pride, Tugg (Participant.e)

Orly Ravid, The Film Collaborative (Participant.e)

Jon Reiss, 8 Above (Modérateur.rice)

Annie Roney, ro*co films (Participant.e)

Nanfu Wang (Participant.e)