Latoya Flowers

Latoya graduated from the School of Visual Arts in New York with her MFA in Social Documentary Film. She has assisted on films such as, A Good Man for PBS American Masters and The Interrupters for Frontline.

In addition, Latoya has produced, directed, and edited films that have been broadcasted and shown in festivals such as, the Made From Scratch Film Showcase, Ravenswood ArtWalk Film Competition, The NET TV, and the Atlanta International Documentary Film Festival. Latoya is currently working as a Digital Content Producer for The Adler Planetarium in Chicago, IL.

Contact: latoyacharisseflowers@gmail.com

An essay film based on the poem As I Grew Older by Langston Hughes.
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An essay film based on the poem As I Grew Older by Langston Hughes.

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Derby Girls is a portrait of Jailya Roberts, Janicide Joplin, and Sixteen Scandals who play roller derby for the Windy City Rollers. The film explores their passion for the sport; the challenges they face with strenuous practices, injuries and family approval; the camaraderie they have with their teammates; and how the sport helps them feel empowered.
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Derby Girls is a portrait of Jailya Roberts, Janicide Joplin, and Sixteen Scandals who play roller derby for the Windy City Rollers. The film explores their passion for the sport; the challenges they face with strenuous practices, injuries and family approval; the camaraderie they have with their teammates; and how the sport helps them feel empowered.

Click on the photo to watch the title sequence!

Adler After Dark

Adler After Dark