Stacey Muhammad

New Orleans native Stacey Muhammad has created a slate of award winning, groundbreaking, cutting edge films that have screened before audiences worldwide. Regarded as an exceptionally powerful storyteller whose films reflect our truths; Stacey's lens is masterful in capturing moments that reflect a character's soul and inner conflicts. Her cinematic approach and distinctive style to storytelling as well as her ability to create emotionally charged, character-driven stories, has firmly established Stacey’s presence in both the indie and studio world of film and television as a filmmaker committed to documenting the African diasporic experience. Stacey’s recent directing work includes an episode from the fourth season of Warner Horizon Scripted Television’s “Queen Sugar” for OWN, and commercials for the Ad Council/AARP. She’s currently working on her first feature, “The Return,” and has been attached to direct a reimagining of the 1932 film “White Zombie.” She’s also in post production on a feature length documentary about the New Orleans second line cultural tradition. Stacey lectures at universities nationwide on a range of topics including hip hop, pop culture, media, film, social justice issues, and most notably, the history of Black women filmmakers in cinema. She’s also an arts educator who teaches documentary filmmaking to underserved youth. DGA / AICP / Warner Brothers Director's Program Graduate

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