Author: Marisa Negron

Marisa Negron is an undergraduate student at Emerson College majoring in publishing and minoring in entrepreneurial studies. She hopes to one day start a graphic novel publishing house. In addition to their entrepreneurial goals, they are now branching out into the indie film world at The Independent.

Articles Written by Marisa Negron:

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I Watch The Independent Staff Picks: Black History Month

In honor of Black History Month and Women’s History Month, I had The Independent staff recommend three movies written and directed by Black women. As someone new to independent film, I wasn’t sure what to expect. Read on to hear my thought’s on the staff picks. “Eve’s Bayou” (1997)  The film opens at a house… Read more »