Caralene Robinson is a filmmaker and marketer committed to telling meaningful stories. Her career began at companies such at Coca Cola and Sprint. Most recently she ran marketing at VH1 and Logo, launching all series, original movies and documentaries.
Several years ago Caralene expanded beyond award-winning brand and series campaigns by producing documentary Versailles ’73: American Runway Revolution. V73 is currently being adapted into a feature. Next, she served as writer/director of scripted short The Bill. The comedy screened at more than dozen festivals, garnered five awards, and can be seen on several platforms including Amazon Prime and kweli.tv.
Caralene’s recent projects include producing digital series Sauce and King Ester, directing dystopian short Lifeline, and completing her latest writer/director effort, DisordHer. Sauce premiered last month at the Seattle International Film Festival and will be seen on Emmy-winning cable channel BRIC TV later this year. Indy project King Ester will premiere in June at the American Black Film Festival. And finally DisordHer, a short that explores the stigma of mental illness in the black community will premiere at Martha’s Vineyard African-American Film Festival later this summer.
Caralene’s range of experience allows her to play a unique role within the content creation process that includes creating, directing , producing, marketing, strategy, and distribution. Caralene graduated from Howard University and New York University’s Stern School of Business.