Stephanie Malson

Stephanie Malson is a multi-hyphenate filmmaker who is drawn to telling ancestral stories. Her recent short film, SLOW BURN, was an official selection of the Gary International Black Film Festival and the Baltimore International Black Film Festival. She produced the Sundance Film Festival gem, OURIKA!, which premiered at BlackStar Film Festival. She is a Co-Producer on the upcoming feature documentary, ULRICK, which chronicles the life of Haitian master painter Ulrick Jean-Pierre. Her cinematography is featured in the short experimental film We Are Free Because of Harriet Tubman, which was also an official BlackStar Film Festival selection. Among many work-for-hire projects, she has produced work for Intercultural Journeys, The Debbie Allen Dance Academy, ARRAY, and Metabook. She also teaches Script Writing part-time at Temple University. Stephanie holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Rosemont College.