Woman to Woman
A Film by Malika Franklin and Véronique N. Doumbé
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Véronique N. Doumbé has roots in Cameroon (Central Africa) and Martinique (West Indies). She was born in France and raised in Cameroon, France and Ivory Coast.

In 2002, she formed Ndolo Films, LLC a production company where she has produced award winning short films and documentaries including "Denis A. Charles: an interrupted conversation" and "The Birthday Party".

"Imbabazi: The Pardon directed by Joel Karekezi (Rwanda) marks Véronique N. Doumbé first international co-production.

Véronique N. Doumbé served on the Board of New York Women In Film and Television (NYWIFT) as a membership director (2009-2012).


A recent graduate from the School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California (USC) Malika Franklin aspires to become a director.

Malika has worked on sets since the age of fourteen as a still photographer, a camera intern on notable music videos featuring artists such as Jay-Z, Rihanna, Kanye West, Mary J. Blige Onyx and Ryan Leslie. She has worked as a digital loader on the feature film Tio Papi directed by Fro Rojas.

Malika has worked as a Digital Imaging Technician (DIT) on music videos, shorts films, as a colorist on the feature film Imbabazi: The Pardon directed by Joel Karekezi and more recently on Single Stream, a Video Art Installation by Toby Lee and Pawel Wojtasik at the Museum of the Moving Image until November 03, 2013.

Malika's first short "A fishy proposal" won the National Merit Award for Cinematic Arts (Young Arts) and the New York Regional Award in Cinematic Arts in 2008.