9th Annual Women In Media-Newark's Women's History Month Film Festival

Mar 23, 2018

Filmmakers Nefertite Nguvu and Ebbe Bassey share some love with Pamela Morgan at WBGO. Morgan is the producer of the Women in Media-Newark's Women's History Month Film Festival
Credit Doug Doyle for WBGO

The theme of the 9th annual Women In Media-Newark Women's History Month film festival is Passages: Women In Transition and kicks of March 27th at the Newark Museum.  

One of the films to be screened there is acclaimed filmmaker, producer and actor Ebbe Bassey's Saving Father.  Bassey says she was introduced to the festival's producer Pamela Morgan by fellow filmmaker Nefertite Nguvu.

Nguvu's latest work, Myself When I Am Real, will screen on Saturday March 31st at the Paul Robeson Student Center on the campus of Rutgers University-Newark.

Nguvu and Bassey joined WBGO News Director Doug Doyle to talk about their films and their amazing careers.

The festival, which is free and open to the public, runs from March 27th through April 5th.

Click above to hear the entire interview.