Felicia Pride

Felicia Pride writes for film and TV Film and is an emerging director and producer. She has been a writer for two seasons on Ava DuVernay’s Queen Sugar and writes on Grey’s Anatomy. She is the co-writer and executive producer of the film REALLY LOVE, produced by MACRO, which won a Special Grand Jury Prize at SXSW in 2020. Additionally, she wrote six books, including The Message: Life Lessons from Hip-Hop’s Greatest Songs, which was taught in several institutions around the country from New York University to the Chicago Public Library system.

In 2010, Felicia launched the Pride Collaborative, a consultancy which specialized in impact and engagement for critically-acclaimed films and worked with organizations like Participant Media, PBS, and NPR. Pride’s consultancy also developed youth media programs, including The Walbrook Project, a six-week filmmaking workshop for Baltimore youth in partnership with the city’s library system and a creative writing lab for the SEED School of Washington, DC.

Film Independent Screenwriting Fellow, Founder of The Create Daily

Areas of Expertise: Storytelling, Writing, Hip-Hop, Marketing, Communications, Multimedia, Entertainment, TV

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Contact Information:

Email: assistant@felixandannie.com (Amber Brown)
Twitter: @feliciapride

Heard on NPR: For a complete list, click here.

Tell Me More: Getting ‘The Message’ from Hip-Hop Lyrics

Added January 2013.

Last verified January 2021.