Growing up as a non-white Canadian, you experience racism every day. What makes Toronto’s racism so unique, is that you almost don’t notice it.
Short (6mins) Documentary | Canada
Zoë Davidson is a cinematographer and director from Toronto, Canada. A graduate of both Howard University and Oberlin College, Zoë’s focus has always been on the arts. Her films have been featured in two dozen film festivals worldwide and have earned her accolades such as the Juror’s Choice Award at the Women of African Descent Film Festival and the Paul Robeson Award for Excellence in MFA Documentary Film Production from Howard University’s School of Communications. As a cinematographer, Zoë has shot over a dozen short films, some of which can be found on her website, zoeahdavidson.com. Zoë is currently a tenure-track Assistant Professor at the University of the District of Columbia.