Caralene Robinson (Director/Writer/Producer)
9:45 mins, 2017
Lena and ten other women could not be more excited to celebrate Barbie’s 35th birthday. When an unexpectedly huge bill arrives, the happy birthday dissolves into drama. As Lena works tirelessly to align the group, she ultimately reaches a point of no return. The Bill comically celebrates friends from all walks of life, as they react to an experience that is all too common.
Caralene Robinson is a first time writer/director with a 15 year marketing background, most recently serving as Executive Vice President and CMO at VH1, a Viacom Company. She is also the co-owner of Coffee Bluff Pictures, a production company focused on alternate stories of color. The most recent CBP project, 2016’s Olympic Pride, American Prejudice, was recently nominated for an NAACP Image Award for Best Documentary. Robinson has a marketing degree from Howard University and a MBA in Marketing/Finance from New York University’s Stern School of Business. Through Coffee Bluff, Robinson is also executive producer of the award winning 2012 fashion documentary Versailles ’73: American Runaway Revolution, which aired on Logo TV in September 2015.