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Robin Williams

Robin Williams is a native of the Bronx, NY who holds a B.A. in Journalism from the University of D.C. and an M.P.S in Sports Management from Georgetown University. In 2017, Robin made her debut as a filmmaker with the creation of the short film Garden of Eden, which she wrote and co-directed. "Garden of Eden" is a scripted drama that follows the coming out story of a young Black lesbian who is outed by her father. In May 2017, "Garden of Eden" was selected into the Cannes Film Festival Creative Minds Short Film Corner in Cannes, France where it was screened privately. Robin is Managing Editor at Soule.lgbt, and also facilitates therapeutic writing and mindfulness workshops teaching participants how to use writing to heal trauma. In addition to being a freelance writer and filmmaker, Robin owns and operates a small accessory company called Bowtie Behavior. IG/Twitter: @model_robbie

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Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Contact: Robert L. Camina,  Director/Producer/Writer [email protected] (214) 850-5027   Coinciding with the 45th Anniversary

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