Beverly Hills’ Sofitel. Late afternoon. Beautiful spring day. Outdoor cabana.
Nzingha Stewart. Calm, but focused. Jeans and white t-shirt. Heels. The attire of a creative entrepreneur.
Day of meetings. Just left: Reginald Hudlin and his partner. There’s interest in one of her scripts. She’s working it.
The credentials. Award-winning video director. Worked with the likes of Common, Missy Elliott, and Jay-Z. Branched out to documentary film with Michael Jackson: “Our Icon” which aired on BET. Writing and directing an upcoming Lifetime movie produced by Gabrielle Union called “The Vow.” Executive producing the upcoming adaptation of playwright Ntozake Shange’s “For colored girls who have considered suicide when the rainbow is enuf” which will be released through Tyler Perry’s empire.
Stewart creates opportunity. She shares her path with the Atlanta Post.