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Watch Premiere Episode of New Interview Web Series 'Indigo Tongues'

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by Sergio
September 25, 2013 8:51 AM
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New York based filmmaker Mojisola Sonoiki, who is also the founder of the Women of Color Arts & Film (WOCAF) Festival in Atlanta, has just released the first episode of her new interview web series entitled Indigo Voices.

The premise behind the series is “to showcase influential game changers from Africa and the Diaspora, exploring with them their unique challenges of excelling at what they do in “developing” nations.

And this first segment of the series “Women in Media” will feature interviews with women in the media from Nigeria, Kenya, Jamaica, Sierra Leone and Guadeloupe.

The debut interview profiles Funmi Iyanda who is Nigeria’s foremost TV host and internationally recognized award-winning broadcaster and journalist.

To follow up on upcoming episodes go HERE

Here’s the first episode with Ms. Iyanda:

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  • D.C. Kirkwood | September 25, 2013 3:31 PMReply

    It was a good interview. Her accent was a little hard to understand and the background music was kind of distracting. I look forward to seeing more. I enjoyed her pride and enthusiasm for Nigeria. Congrats to her.

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