Make Me Divine is a short about beauty standards in the Black American community and how they are detrimental to young Black girls. Make Me Divine follows the personal narrative of the writer, Bobbi Broome.

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About the filmmaker

Bobbi Broome is a senior at Kent State University. She is a senior Psychology major with minors in Pan-African Studies and Digital Media Production. She has been into film since middle school, creating short films with her friends quite often. After a hiatus through most of high school and college, she decided to pick the camera back up again and seriously pursue film as a career. Her aspirations in film include traveling the world and documenting her travels and making a documentary about infant mortality.


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