Leslie is an artist, writer, filmmaker and owner of TRIBES Entertainment LLC, a boutique digital media company known for creating daring and entertaining narratives that represent a diversity of subjects and communities. Read more.
A documentary film series by Leslie Cunningham
Logline: The glorious legend of Leon Claxton’s Harlem in Havana, a so-called Jig Show that endures racism, segregation and immigration laws to become popular in the 1940s through the 1960s. Read more at jigshow.com.
A short doc film by Leslie Cunningham. (2018, RT 11:42 min)
Logline: When Dina learns her real father passed away, she sets out on a cross country journey to meet three sisters she never met. Watch now.
A documentary film by Leslie Cunningham. (2012, RT 52 min)
Gamma Xi Phi – ΓΞΦ Theta chapter present The Flavor of Filmmaking May 6th, 2021 at 7:30pm. Panelists Leslie Cunningham, Kimberly M. Knight and Rukiya Shanteel will discuss the art and craft of turning their lenses on life. Sign up at http://www.gammaxiphi.com/events .
May 6 – The Flavor of Filmmaking Gamma Xi Phi – ΓΞΦ Theta chapter will host The Flavor of Filmmaking May 6 at 7 pm. The virtual event will feature Leslie L-Boogie Cunningham, Kimberly M. Knight and Rukiya Shanteel discussing the art and craft of turning the lens on life. Register at Gammaxiphi.com/events May 12 … Continue reading 2021 Upcoming Speaking Events
“Yo Amo Cuba” Series
In 2018, Leslie traveled to Havana, Cuba and captured photographs in the vibrant city. In her art photography series, “Yo Amo Cuba”, Leslie experiments with the pop art technique as a way to call attention to her subjects. The art photography series includes the following: