Born in France, Véronique N. Doumbé was raised in Cameroon, France and Ivory Coast. She wears multiple hats as an editor, a director and a producer. As an editor she has edited remotely for directors in Kigali (Rwanda), Libreville (Gabon) and Paris (France).
Movies she recently worked on
As an Editor:
- Henry directed by Babette Johnson (short-2020)
- There All Along-Women of Trinidad and Tobago directed by Dr. Keisha Thompson (documentary-US-2020)
- Maya and her lover directed by Nicole Sylvester (feature-US-2020)
- Sens Dessus Dessous directed by Matamba Kombila (TV series-9 episodes Gabon-2018)
- Black Enuf directed by Carrie Hawks (Emmy nominated documentary-US-2017)
- Title VII directed by Nicole Franklin ((feature-US-2017)
As a Line producer:
• Turned Out directed by Ritu Pande (short-US-2017)
• Boys & Girls directed by Darik Bernard (Tv pilot- US-2017)
• Marz directed by Bobby Yan (short -US-2016)
Véronique N. Doumbé is currently developing a feature-documentary RAISING ZULY about the journey of renowned French tap dancer Roxane Butterfly and her daughter Zuly who has Down syndrome. https://www.nywift.org/raisingzuly/
Véronique N. Doumbé is currently serving on the Anti-Racism TaskForce for European Film -ARTEF Steering Group 2021. She served on the Board of Directors of Women in Film and Television (Membership, 2009-2012). She is a member of Film Fatales, Brown Girls Doc Mafia, The Black Documentary Collective, The D-Word, The Barcelona Documentary Club and the Paris-based Collectif des Cinéastes Non-Alignées, (CCNA).
Best Documentary Production at the XVII Black international cinema in Berlin and the Audience Award at Detroit Docs in 2002 for her feature documentary Denis A. Charles: an interrupted conversation.
Best Micro mini Award at Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival in 2009 and the Dikalo Award 2009 for Best Short at the Pan African Film Festival in Cannes for The Birthday Party.
Co-Producer and Editor
The Nile Grand Prize at the Luxor African Film Festival in 2014 for Imbabazi: The Pardon directed by Joel Karekezi