Karidja Touré will play Selika Lazevski, who is reimagined as an African princess.
The combination of real diary entries and images capture the universal experience of becoming a woman in the world.
There is a purity in her girlhood: she has not learned to despise her femininity or distrust her good desires. She does not know there are people who scoff at her simple love and shun her pleasure in loveliness. And so, her girlhood shines like a beacon into my own heart.
Every year the Sundance Film Festival premieres some of the best independent black films around, and it looks as if 2015
There will be challenges she will face that will seem cruel and impossible. It will take her faith, her family and her perseverance to get through some of the things that life throws at her.