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Art Matters Magazine

11th Africa Movie Academy Awards Announces Winners – October 2, 2015


 

Screen Africa Magazine

The 2015 African Movie Academy Award Nominees – June 25, 2015


 

Indiewire

Shadow and Act – Films set for 21st Chicago Black Harvest Film Festival – July 31st, 2015


 

C’Koment Magazine

Interview with Dorothy A. Atabong – July 27th, 2015


 

FernTV

Top 10 films to see at Reel World Film Festival – February 26, 2015


 

Screen Africa Magazine

Cameroonian-Canadian film explores arranged marriage – January 29th, 2015


 

Africa Top Success

Sound Of Tears: Nominated at the Pan-African Film Festival in Los Angeles – January 30 2015


 

Journal Du Cameroon

Sound Of Tears: Nomine au Festival du film panafrican de Los Angeles – January 29, 2015


 

Northern Stars

Sound Of Tears to screen in L.A. – January 26th, 2015


 

CBC Radio – Metro Morning

Matt Galloway spoke with Dorothy A. Atabong – December 5, 2013


 

Northern Stars

Sound of Tears gets Montreal Premiere – August 28th, 2014


 

Indiewire – Shadow and Act

Short Film About Forbidden Love – November 13, 2013


 

The Toronto Sun 

Why do women suffer at the hands of family – November 17th, 2012


 

Indiewire – Shadow and Act

In ‘Sound of Tears’ A Young Woman Must Relinquish Forbidden love in a Matter of Family Honour – August 6th, 2012


 

Vimooz 

Daisy’s Heart’ wins Best Low Budget Script at Female Eye Film Festival – March 20th, 2011


 

The Toronto Star

The Africa Trilogy – The oh-so charismatic Dorothy A. Atabong – June 12th, 2010


 

The National Post

The Africa Trilogy – Dorothy A. Atabong is a sensible and sympathetic Lydia


 

Torontoist

The Africa Trilogy – Lydia played convincingly by Dorothy A. Atabong – June 18th, 2010


 

Twisitheatreblog

The Africa Trilogy – Dorothy A. Atabong was utter perfection as Lydia – June 19th, 2010


 

The Now Magazine

The Africa Trilogy – Atabong is wonderful at presenting Lydia’s joy of discovering New York City – June 17th, 2010


 

The Huffington Post

The Africa Trilogy is smart, irreverent, challenging and brilliantly directed and acted – July 20th, 2010


 

The Now Magazine

Dorothy A. Atabong is interviewed by Jon Kaplan about upcoming play ‘The Overwhelming.’ – March 3rd, 2010


 

SummerWorks Theatre

Dorothy receives the Emerging Artist Award – August 19th, 2008


 

The Now Magazine

Artists to Watch: Keep an eye on these emerging artists – August 5th, 2008


 

Torontoist

In Darfur – Dorothy A. Atabong is very appealing as survivor Hawa – August 14th, 2008


 

The Toronto Star 

In Darfur – The production is tight with solid acting and crisp direction – August 8th, 2008


 

Actra Toronto Magazine 

Dorothy A. Atabong was selected from nearly 100 applicants to attend the Women In The Director’s Chair held in Banff Alberta – Summer 2008


 

The Now Magazine

In Darfur – Dorothy A. Atabong stands out as the woman whose history can provide evidence of the atrocities – August 14th, 2008