Tina Gordon Chism

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Tina Gordon Chism is an American screenwriter and director. Her films include Peeples, ATL and Drumline. In 2019, she co-wrote the scripts to What Men Want and Little, also directing the latter.[1][2]

Chism studied drama at Duke Ellington School for Performing Arts.[3] She was inspired by The Cosby Show to tell stories of rich black families. HBO has green-lit a new series created by Chism called Crushed.[4]


  1. ^ https://www.thehypemagazine.com/2018/12/tarai-p-henson-does-a-phenomenal-job-in-what-men-want-says-mark-cuban/
  2. ^ Mia Galuppo (May 28, 2018). "Regina Hall Joins Issa Rae in Universal's 'Little' (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved January 9, 2019.
  3. ^ Tina Gordon Chism: Telling rich black stories one movie at a time - The Washington Post
  4. ^ HBO Developing Comedy 'Crushed' From 'Peeples' Director Tina Gordon Chism (Exclusive) - The Hollywood Reporter

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