Lande Yoosuf is filmmaker with a short film entitled "Privilege Unhinged" has screened at festivals such as the Martha's Vineyard African American Film Festival, DC Black Film Festival and the Big Apple Film Festival. It is now airing on the television channel Shorts TV. She is currently awaiting festival responses for her second film "Second Generational Wedding" and developing the feature version script. Lande's projects cover themes of media influence, sociology, gender and race relations, pop culture, women’s empowerment and self image. In addition to her work with One Scribe, Lande has a strong commitment to giving back. She is the co-founder of the grassroots organization Black Film Space--an organization focused on providing skill enhancement, networking opportunities and resources for black filmmakers. Previously, Lande was professional with over 10 years of experience casting at networks such as MTV, NBC, WEtv, truTV and Bravo to name a few. Lande oversees all aspects of directing, casting and production at One Scribe Media with a strong emphasis on story composition. Lande is fully committed to ensuring that her client’s creative goals, vision and needs are aligned with One Scribe Media’s expressed brand. Ultimately, Lande hopes to contribute to increased control, ownership, and management of media for content creators of African descent and women across all available content platforms.
Lande graduated from Brooklyn College with a B.A. in Television and a minor in marketing. She resides in the Bronx, New York.