Our Team

Momo Dione

Momo Dione

Co-Founder|Producer

Momo Dione was born in Saudi Arabia. He is of Guinean and Senegalese descent. He has been featured in plays, TV shows, commercials, music videos, student films, independent films, and feature films. His award winning short film “Maffé Tiga”(Peanut Butter Stew) has screened a screened at festivals and on television all over the
world. The film was nominated for an Africa Movie Academy Award in 2012. Momo co-owns Caramel Cappuccino Films, a production company whose mission includes developing and producing films that articulate relevant issues of life and relationships in underserved or under acknowledged communities. He is also the Co-Founder of Mansa Nzinga Productions. He has starred in two feature film projects: Rahman Oladigbolu’s Boston-set “Theory of Conflict” and Gahite Fofana’s Guinea-set “ La Lune est Tombee” (The Moon has Fallen). He resides in California working as an actor and filmmaker.

Tejay Bah

Tejay Bah

Co-Founder|Producer

Tejay Bah is a Sierra Leonean/American, Stage/Film Actor, writer and director who was born in Freetown grew up in Liberia and St. Louis. He graduated from the University of Missouri with a degree in Business. He moved to California to pursue his true passion and become an actor. He has appeared on the “Tracey Ullman show,” “State of the Union,” “Tim & Eric Awesome Show” and has also performed at the “Hollywood Fringe Festival,” “Nesona Play Reading Festival” and many plays around the Los Angeles areas and still continues. He recently completed his first short film “Emotions” as a writer, director and actor and is currently working on two features. He is the Co-Founder of Mansa Nzinga Productions. He also studied with the Robey Theatre Company, founded by Danny Glover and Ben Guillory. He is passionate about African cinema and the untold stories of immigrants.