• 5′ 5″
  • Brown
  • Long
  • Black
  • Black/African


Veronique N. Doumbe was born in France and raised in Cameroon, France and Ivory Coast. She works as an editor at Earth Video http://www.earthvideo.net/VeroEdit.html

Through her production company Ndolo Films, LLC Veronique N. Doumbe directed:

The 75 minute documentary, “Denis A. Charles: An interrupted conversation” was released in 2002 and received several awards.

“Luggage”, her first short fiction was released in 2007. The film received “Honorable Mention” at The Pen and Brush “Hands, Heads, Hearts”. A Juried Exhibition for Women of African Descent (2008)

“Waterslide”, a music video for the Pop Artist Scottie Gage was shown extensively on LOGO in 2008.

Her project, “The Birthday Party” based on a screenplay written by Sherry McGuinn won The Award of Merit in the category Contemporary Issues, Ethics, Religion in the 2009 Accolade Competition and the Micro Mini Award at the 2009 Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival.

She co-directed Woman to Woman (2013) with her daughter Malika Franklin. The film is a conversation between NY mothers and their teenage daughters and is available on https://distrify.com

Veronique was the editor and co-producer of “Imbabazi: Le Pardon”, Rwandan genocide survivor Joel Karekeziís first feature. The film won the Nile Grand Prize at the Luxor African Film Festival in 2014. It is distributed in the US through Global Lens Series and can be streamed on http://www.amazon.com

Her latest music video, shot in black and white infrared, was created for the Soul Secrets EP by FaithNY, released on World Wide Vibe Records (2015).

She is currently developing Raising Zuly, a feature-length documentary about a girl growing up with Down Syndrome in Barcelona with her mother, tap dancer Roxane Butterfly.

Veronique N. Doumbe currently serves on the Board of New York Women in Film and Television (NYWIFT). She is a member of Cast and Crew of Color.

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