Tinu Diver is an attorney, writer, community activist and filmmaker who went from tinkering with a camera to make her first movie in elementary school in Maryland to being featured at the Sundance Film Festival. In between, she graduated from UNC's Creative Writing Program and UNC Law and pursued (and continues to pursue) a number of different interests, including a return to filmmaking.
She has done shorter films on the tradition of quilting and NC's Highway 98 and her current project is her biggest film yet. "This Belongs To Us" explores southern, Black, female craft beer brewers in the South and examines how a process that began in Africa became synonymous with white dudes. You can follow the film's social media accounts @ThisBelongsToUs and check out their website (and help fund the project!) here.
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