Nationally Broadcast on BLACK ENTERTAINMENT TELEVISION
ROBBIE LEPPZER - Director, Producer, Interviewer, Videographer, Editor,
Running Time: 8:56
A chronicle of a unique spiritual and cultural pilgrimage to Senegal, West Africa by African-American storyteller, Irma Gardner-Hammond who, along with her 17-year-old son, Earl, make an emotional re-connection with their African roots.
This short is part of an on-going documentary project, chronicling the work of the Senegal-America Project. For more information, visit www.arts-are-essential.org/Senegal-AmericaProject.html.
About The Filmmaker
Robbie Leppzer is an award-winning independent documentary director, producer, videographer, editor, and sound recordist, with thirty years experience producing over thirty independent film, video, and public radio documentaries for national and international distribution. His critically acclaimed works about contemporary social issues and multicultural themes have been broadcast globally by CNN International and broadcast nationally in the United States and Canada by PBS, CNN, Cinemax, Sundance Channel, HDNet, Black Entertainment Television, The Learning Channel, Link TV, Free Speech TV, National Public Radio, Pacifica Radio and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
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