Welcome to SidPo Productions, where we offer material that is colorless; appealing to diverse audiences while remaining relevant, always fresh and always new.
A New Yorker by birth, Siddeeqah ‘Sid’ Powell migrated to Atlanta, Ga. at the age of seven, going on to secure a College Track Scholarship to Georgia Tech. Sid graduated from GT receiving her BS in Management and later received her Masters in English and Creative Writing with a concentration in Screenwriting from SNHU. After enjoying remarkable success as a fiction novelist as the co-author of “The Key Party”, “She’s Just a Friend” and “The Makeup of a Woman”, Sid took on the challenge of live stage production. As the Writer and Producer of Stageplay ‘Pass It Down’ Sid realized great success and went on to Write, Produce, and Direct a Stageplay called ‘Mental’.
Ultimately, Sid would settle into her sweet spot as a Screenplay Writer with the NAACP Image Award nominated TV movie, “Somebody’s Child” followed up by three additional TV movies, ‘The Dempsey Sisters’, “What Would You Do For Love?’, and ‘Love Will Find A Way. As the owner of SIDPo Productions this dynamic artist maintains a well-rounded arsenal of scripts for Feature and Short Films, TV series, as well as made for TV movies.
She is a college professor teaching storytelling as well as scriptwriting at The Art Institute of Atlanta and a scribe on a mission with immeasurable tenacity, dedication, and devotion in creating stories that entertain and educate the masses.
There comes a time in your life when it’s therapeutic to talk, share, and tell others about what you’ve been through. To come out of hiding, out of the closet, out of the dark and into the light with your eyes wide open unafraid. If you go blind and lose your sight, so be it, look directly into the sun and embrace the glare head on.