The film, (In) Visible Portraits makes its television premiere March 2, 2021 on OWN; celebrating Black women by sharing their stories of struggle, resilience, celebration and more.
Director/Producer Oge Egbuonu says that (In) Visible Portraits unapologetically affirms Black women and offers a poetic invitation that says “I see you, I hear you and you matter.” She calls the film “a love letter to Black women and a re-education for everyone else.”
(In)Visible Portraits premieres Tuesday, March 2 at 9pm ET/PT on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network
Anne-Marie Johnson has had an amazing career. I’ve been following her for years from the hit TV series In Living Color, What’s Happening Now, Girlfriends, In the Heat of the Night and Tyler Perry’s House of Pain. On the big screen, she appeared in classics such as Hollywood Shuffle, I’m Gonna Git You Sucka, and Down in the Delta.
I had the opportunity to talk to Anne-Marie about the new relationship drama, Cherish the Day from acclaimed filmmaker Ava DuVernay. We chatted about her diverse rolls and why it’s important to celebrate black love.