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Being BeBe

BeBe Zahara Benet primping for show at the vanity.
Emily Branham, Being Bebe, 2021. Photo: Work and Serve Productions.

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Bebe Zahara Benet is an international recording artist, model, drag superstar, and winner of season one of LOGO TV’s RuPaul’s Drag Race. Born Nea Marshall Kudi Ngwa, the native of the Republic of Cameroon and Minneapolis-based performance artist has produced Queendom, Creature, Vanity, and Nubia, among other stage spectacles.

Emily Branham is a director, producer, and editor in New York who makes films about artists and creative thinkers. Originally from Minneapolis, Branham was a child actor at the Children’s Theatre Company and the Guthrie Theater. She studied film direction at Northwestern University and launched her career working with commercial clients including Mercedes, Nike, Gwen Stefani, and Kanye West. Being BeBe is her debut feature.

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