Nationwide — Kenya Cagle, a visionary filmmaker, writer, and instructor from Harlem, NYC, has been making waves in the entertainment industry with a remarkable portfolio of accomplishments via his film company, Cagle Vision. Since the end of the pandemic, his creative prowess has unleashed eight captivating films on Tubi, the premier streaming platform, leaving audiences enthralled worldwide. These cinematic masterpieces have earned Cagle over a hundred awards across every major category of filmmaking, cementing his position as a true trailblazer in the industry.
His films have received many prestigious awards. For example, his film “My King,” a touching love story, has garnered over seventy accolades by itself. Cagle’s unique ability to craft compelling narratives has left an indelible mark on viewers’ hearts and redefined storytelling on the silver screen. He
As the creative force behind CagleVision, Cagle’s film company has consistently delivered exceptional works that have captivated audiences worldwide. With a diverse array of thirty feature films to their credit, CagleVision continues to set new standards for innovation, imagination, and artistry.
Cagle, a graduate of the famous High School of Performing Arts, continued his artistic journey at the esteemed Frederick Douglass Creative Arts Center, where he honed his craft under the guidance of luminaries like Fred Hudson, Budd Schulberg, and Elihou Weiner. His passion for storytelling, combined with rigorous training, laid the foundation for the extraordinary tales that would captivate audiences in the years to come.
With a Bachelor’s degree in Media Arts from Empire State College, Cagle’s commitment to honing his skills and expanding his knowledge within the media landscape has been unwavering. His pursuit of excellence further led him to earn a Master’s degree in Media Management from Metropolitan College, solidifying his position as a multifaceted professional with a comprehensive understanding of the industry. In addition, Cagle also received a certificate from New York Film Academy and a degree from The Hollywood Film Institute.
Beyond his incredible contributions to filmmaking, he has ventured into the realm of literature, authoring two compelling books that have resonated with readers worldwide. “Prophet – The Story of Nat Turner” soared to Amazon bestseller status, while its stage adaptation graced the performances of community theaters, leaving a lasting impact on audiences.
As a staff writer for Incarn Live Virtual Theater, Kenya Cagle’s versatility shines through
as he weave enthralling tales into the fabric of the theatrical world. Notably, “The Maafa,” a powerful production about the Atlantic Slave Trade, created in collaboration with Bishop Johnny Ray Youngblood, exemplifies Cagle’s dedication to illuminating important historical narratives through the art of storytelling.
In addition to his cinematic and literary accomplishments, Cagle’s commitment to
nurturing the next generation of filmmakers stands as a testament to his dedication to giving back to the industry he love. At the renowned Randola Creative Arts Center, he offers a transformative “Filmtrepreneur” course, empowering aspiring talents with the knowledge and skills needed to thrive in the dynamic film industry.
Cagle comments, “Support an independent film director, choose a film any of the eight films of different genres. Join the millions of captivated viewers worldwide who have been touched by the artistry and brilliance of Kenya”
To explore his exceptional filmography and experience the magic of CagleVision, please visit his official web site at CagleVision.org