INDIGO TONGUES Interview Series
It is very important to me as an African to reach out to other Africans and support their work. We are a marginalised group in the context of world politics, or anything else within the global context really, so the more we can support each other, the more our voices will be heard, our stories told and our problems solved--Mojisola Sonoiki
Indigo Tongues is an interview series produced by Iyàlódè (e-yah-low-day) Productions founded by Mojisola Sonoiki in 2005. Following is a selection from the interview series. Visit the Iyalode Productions website for the entire series at https://iyalodeproductions.com/
This post has been reformatted from its original content to include updated interviews from the series.
Indigo Tongues features Tope Oshin
Indigo Tongues catches up with one the most prolific filmmakers in the Nigerian Film industry, Tope Oshin in Lagos whilst on the set of shooting an episode of the soap Forbidden.
September 13, 2019
Indigo Tongues features Lydia Forson
Indigo Tongues catches up with Ghanaian screen Diva, Lydia Forson in Accra where we chat about her work and get a glimpse into her personal side.
August 7, 2018http://iyalodeproductions.com/lydia-forson-on-indigo-tongues/
Mahen Bonetti on Indigo Tongues
Indigo Tongues features Mahen Bonetti originally from Sierra Leone, West Africa, is the Founder of The African Film Festival inc., producers of the New York African Film Festival, one of the largest film festivals dedicated to celebrating African cinema in the U.S.
March 10, 2015
Indigo Tongues features Wanuri Kahiu
Award winning Kenyan Filmmaker, Wanuri Kahiu catches up with Indigo Tongues in Nairobi for a candid interview about working and living life as a filmmaker.
November 13, 2013
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