Louis Massiah

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Louis J. Massiah is an American documentary filmmaker.

He graduated from Cornell University with a B.A., and from Massachusetts Institute of Technology with an M.S. in documentary filmmaking.

He has been an artist-in-residence and on faculty at City College of New York, Princeton University, Ithaca College, the University of Pennsylvania, American University, Haverford College,[1][2] and most recently at Swarthmore College and Temple University.

He is the founder and executive director of the Scribe Video Center.[3]



  • The Bombing of Osage Avenue (producer/director), 1986
  • Power! (co-producer/writer/director) 1990 [6]
  • A Nation of Law? (co-producer/writer/director), 1990
  • W.E.B. Du Bois: A Biography in Four Voices, 1996 [7]
  • Louise Alone Thompson Patterson: In Her Own Words, 1996
  • Haytian Stories [8]


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