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Summer J. Robinson has been making films since 2011. She has a love for storytelling through creative writing that eventually led to her developing a passion for filmmaking. Summer appreciates film's ability to powerfully influence people into action and ideas into realization. 

She has written, directed, and produced four documentaries and three short narrative films. 


Summer has been honored for her documentary work at both the National Black Film Festival as well as the Content Creators of Atlanta film celebration. 


During her fall 2017 undergraduate college semester, she studied abroad in Ghana and made the short film, Roommates

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Summer's films aim to reclaim the diverse narratives of Black people throughout the diaspora, with a specific focus on the intergenerational experiences and dynamics amongst Black women. 

Summer has produced promotional videos for LaVoulle Group LLC., the APEX Museum, and Step Ahead Scholars.


During the Women on the Rise #ClosetheJailATL campaign, she worked with the nonprofit to create a documentary about their fight to reform the criminal justice system.

In 2022, Summer graduated with her Masters degree in Communication with a concentration in Film from Georgia State University's School of Film, Media & Theatre. 

Currently she is working on an intergenerational family portrait film called Granny's Daughters.


She is also the owner of Silver Bangles Productions, a storytelling agency that produces in-house film content and offers book writing and publishing services.

Passionate Filmmaker | Published Author


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