Director:Sherien Barsoum
Country:Canada
Year of Production:2011
Total Running Time:76 Min
Language:English
Rating:PG


ABOUT THE FILM

COLOUR ME is a documentary film that will change the way you think about race. We follow motivational speaker Anthony McLean into the ethnically explosive city of Brampton, Ontario – where is his forced to critically examine his own identity while mentoring six youth grappling with theirs. At a time when statistics on black youth in crime, drop-outs, and pregnancy are rising, we ask ‘why’ while exploring the confines of race, the complexity of identity and the need to find our voice.

DIRECTOR


SHERIEN BARSOUM (director)
Sherien Barsoum is a producer and director in Taza Media, based in Toronto. She is best known for the documentaries, Colour Me (2011), Mighty Tongue (2013) and Doc Talk (2006). Former lead of video production with the Government of Ontario, Sherien has produced more than 300 digital shorts.