LANDE’S SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS
Lande Yoosuf is available for speaking engagements and to moderate panels regarding the film, television industries. She can also discuss her perspectives as a black, millennial, first generation Nigerian-American woman.
Check out some of her latest events below.
Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or use the form on the “Contact” page. We look forward to hearing from you!
TIDE FILM FESTIVAL - Brooklyn, NYC
Lande Yoosuf moderating the panel/q&a after the screening of the independent feature film “Olympia”. Written, directed and starring McKenzie Chinn at the IFP Center.
SCREENING OF NETFLIX FILM DISTRIBUTED BY AVA DuVERNAY - LIC, NYC
Lande Yoosuf moderated a panel/q&a after the screening of “Roll With Me”—a documentary directed by Lisa France and starring Gabrielle Cordell. The film received a distribution deal via Ava DuVernay’s Array company.
RED CARPET AFTER “SOLACE” PANEL / Q&A - New Orleans, LA
Lande moderated the independent feature narrative film “Solace” that is written/directed by Tchaiko Omawale (middle) at the New Orleans Film Festival. Also co-stars actress Lynn Whitfield (far left).
AFRICAN FILM FESTIVAL - New Haven, CT
Lande participated in a panel that discussed new opportunities in the African film industry at Yale University. Seated on the far right.
FEIRSTEIN FILM SCHOOL PANEL - Brooklyn, NYC
Lande was a panelist for a panel about sexism and discussions around “Me Too” in the workplace at Brooklyn College’s Film School.
MAGNER CENTER ALUMNI PANEL - Brooklyn, NYC
Lande was a co-panelist for the Magner Center career day event at her alma mater Brooklyn College. She discussed her experience as a filmmaker along with other established professionals.
BLACK WEB FEST - Harlem, NYC
Lande moderated a panel about digital distribution and monetization at the first annual Black Web Fest. Panelists include with writer/director/Youtuber Andrea Lewis and Peter Gerard from Vimeo.
MEDGAR EVERS COLLEGE SCREENING & PANEL / Q&A - Brooklyn, NY
Lande Yoosuf screened “Privilege Unhinged” and had a discussion with a Youtube influencer, journalists, civil rights attorney and diversity consultant for Medgar Evers students and local community members.