Inspiring Short Film ‘Doorways’ – Must Watch!!!


This inspiring short film will pump up your Saturday!!!! 🙂  Written, produced and directed by Nigerian-American film maker, Tosin Coker, Doorways is a film that teaches us about breaking through the shackles and pushing our limit to achieve what we want. It  stars Emmy Award Winner, Diahnna Nicole Baxter, Elimu Nelson and Matisha Baldwin.

Doorways follows the life of Tanya Mark, a 29-year-old African American woman who just survived an abusive relationship, which left her with the impression that her talent for singing would never amount to anything and an 8-year-old son. Mentally bruised, Tanya shelves her dream of utilizing her gift of singing to find a stable avenue of providing for her and her son. She takes on a menial job of cleaning which presents no foreseeable future for her and manages to forget her dream until the day fate stumbles across her path in the form of a job opportunity to clean a local jazz club. Tanya, forced to take the job because of her financial difficulties, unknowingly opens up the doorway to a life she always dreamed of. The choices that Tanya makes from that moment throw her on a course that would change her life forever.

We hope you enjoy it……..


  1. Seember Nyager · February 28, 2015

    This is a really wonderful movie. Love it.


  2. ontem · May 19, 2015

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  3. Zuriel · May 19, 2015

    Looks ok on my screen, like you suggested, it might just be an issue with your browser.


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