Malinda is working on her first theater production, My Sister My Sister, funded in part by The Puffin Foundation. Written by award-winning playwright Ray Aranha, My Sister My Sister is set in the 1950’s and deals with growing up in an African American household of an over-religious mother, alcoholic father and promiscuous older sister – as seen through the eyes of 10 year old Sue Belle.
You can help fund the campaign! My Sister on Fractured Atlas
You can come to the show! My Sister on Brown Paper Tickets
Malinda is working on two films in 2018: a short comedy because she’s a short girl in a tall world; and a narrative focused on Marie Laveau and the Creole Culture. Contact Malinda for more details!
ONE TWO AND THEN THREE: After a successful run, this play is ready to move to a bigger and better stage. Malinda is working as an associate producer to get this production going again. Keep your eyes peeled!
OPEN HOUSE: Three couples apply to purchase a co-op in Manhattan, but must get through the interview process first. This short film was filmed in March 2017 and is currently going through the festival circuit.
Hollywood International Moving Pictures Film Festival Semi-Finalist
New York Women in Film and Television Online Shorts Film Festival Official Selection “Honorable Mention”