As the daughter of a theatre (mom) and sociology (dad) major, I'm DNA purposed to create literary and visual art that celebrates humanity. I'm an independent filmmaker dedicated to telling little known stories hidden in the crevices of history's pages. A visual archeologist, I'm committed to organic storytelling that elevates, educates and uplifts humanity.
The self-published author of 4 books and an award-winning short film, I enjoy performing my poetry.
As a filmmaker, if I don't make you feel something, laugh, cry or throw something at the screen, then I have failed.
Name: Monda Raquel Webb
Lives in: Silver Spring, Maryland
Company: Little Known Stories Production Company, LLC
Occupation: Director, Producer, Screenwriter, Filmmaker and Content Creator
Unique traits: Ambidextrous. I see...people.
International Movie Awards, Jakarta, Indonesia
Audience Award, Baltimore International Black Film Festival
Most Socially Conscious Award
Best of Shorts Award, Shorts Competition, San Diego
Best Script, Marbella, Spain, I Filmmaker International Film Festival
Excellence Award, International Film Festival for Women
Best Short, Mt. Vernon Film Festival
Best Local Filmmaker , Mt. Vernon Film Festival
Best of Narration, Women in Film and Television International (WIFTI) Shorts Showcase
Edge of the Pier
Film (Short and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew Plagued by his problems, 25 year-old Lazarus Augustus returns to his childhood home to confront the pain and fear he has long buried deep inside. There, he pushes the boundaries of sanity as he struggles to find meaning at the edge between life and death.
Film (Short, Drama, Family and History) Writer Two girls prepare for a fun day at the 1958 World's Fair in Brussels, Belgium, with the same expectation, but very different outcomes.
Film (Short and Romance) Writer Two women are unknowingly dating the same man. The real drama unfolds when the two women find out about one another despite the carefully-orchestrated mechanisms of their boyfriend. The journey is told from three different points of view.
University of Rhode Island