MONIQUE WALTON

Photo Credits: William Cordova, Albert Garcia, Rachel Naftel

Monique Walton was born and raised in Long Island, New York. A 2004 graduate of Yale University and 2013 University of Texas at Austin Film MFA, she has directed and produced numerous short documentary and narrative films focusing on racial identity and belonging. Her documentary film, Still Black, At Yale, screened at over twenty international film festivals and educational conferences including the Pan African Film Festival and the San Francisco Black Film Festival. Walton worked at Viacom for four years producing educational on-air and web videos for Nickelodeon before moving on to film school. The Becoming Box, her sci-fi short, premiered at the Texas Black Film Festival and won the Narrative Award at the 2012 International Black Film Festival of Nashville. Walton leads youth media skills training with the Black Media Council in Austin, TX and lends her talent to various non-for-profit and community based organizations. Walton is the recipient of the Texas Filmmakers Production Fund grant and the Dina Scherzer Documentary award. Her innovative film-based wellness efforts have been recognized globally –in print, online and on TV– with Forbes calling her work the “Smartest, Sexiest Workout Videos Ever.”  Visit her online: Monique Walton | @mwalton

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