S-hekh Shem Hetep Ebron,
Based in Los Angeles, California, USA
S-hekh Shem Hetep Ebron is a freelance director from New York City. Born to two dynamic parents, a Trinidadian mother and an American father from the south, who met at a black panther rally in the ’80s. Having spent most of her childhood summers in Trinidad, her humble beginnings have informed her creative approach and belief in the transformative power of storytelling. She started her career as a journalist, which allowed her to live in Paris and travel to over 38 countries.
Frequent service mission trips to Rwanda allowed S-hekh Shem Hetep to bond and fall in love with the children in Gisenyi. Ultimately, inspiring her to share their story with the world. In 2020, she directed her first feature "Ishema" inspired by the impact of the Rwandan genocide. The film is currently in post-production.
S-hekh Shem Hetep has produced documentaries for Sony Music and music videos for Grammy-nominated artists. Recently, her short film "I, Too, Am America," was selected for the 2021 Cannes Film Festival, Hollywood Blvd Film Festival, Two Short Nights Film Festival, Los Angeles Film Festival, Greensboro Dance Film Festival Shockfest Film festival and Cinema Femme short film festival. Her short film Delilah won best short film at the 2021 Romance and Relationship film festival. S-hekh Shem continues to use filmmaking and storytelling to inspire social change while transfiguring the fabric of modern films.
Tv & Film
Management: Kronicle Media
Agent: Kaplan Stahler