Lorraine O’Connor, has spent her professional life as a cultural activist, a producer and promoter of Caribbean culture, be it through music, film and fashion. Born in Trinidad, educated in Europe, Lorraine is fluent in French and English, and speaks Mandarin Chinese and Spanish. Lorraine has a vivid curiosity that has driven her to explore many areas in the creative and cultural arenas. She is extremely skilled in management and organization of any type of production from documentaries to international feature films. She brings a wholistic and professional approach to any project she works on.
Calypso Queen Budget: $5M - $10M | Biography ⋄ Drama Against all odds, a young black Caribbean woman rises to international fame and stardom in a male dominated music industry. This story is both a biopic and a historical time piece that touches on slavery, colonialism, racism, sexism, sexuality, rape culture, Caribbean history, Calypso music, immigration, isolation, alcoholism and stardom.
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown
TV Series Miscellaneous Crew
Documentary by Miguel Galofre Associate Producer Art Connect is a feature length documentary film that reveals and illuminates how creativity has inspired and changed the lives of "at risk" kids, aged twelve to sixteen, living in the disenfranchised and volatile area of Laventille -- Port of Spain, Trinidad.
Caribbean's Next Top Model
TV Series Producer
Calypso Rose: Lioness of the Jungle