When Frances-Anne talks, people listen. A trailblazer in the film and television industry, Frances-Anne Solomon is a Toronto based award-winning writer, producer, director, curator and distributor in film, television and radio.
France-Anne chaired the 2019 Feature Film Nomination Committee for the Canadian Screen Awards. She is currently Artist-In-Residence at Ryerson University’s School of Image Arts.
She is the founder and CEO of the CaribbeanTales Media Group – a company that produces, exhibits and distributes Caribbean-themed content. Frances-Anne recently formed CineFAM, which supports bold, original film stories by Women of Colour creators worldwide. In 2006, Frances-Anne founded the CaribbeanTales International Film Festival in Toronto, it has been running successfully year after year as a platform for Caribbean and Caribbean diaspora films and filmmakers from the region.
Frances-Anne has lectured at the University of the West Indies, New York University and Duke University. She is a member of Film Fatales, the Director’s Guild of Canada and the recipient of the 2019 BBPA Harry Jerome Award for Culture.
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