Jen won three 'Best of Fest' awards, including Best Director and Best Drama for "Rust Creek" at last September's festival. Learn what made her change from actress to director, and what movies are her ‘go-tos’.
Born and raised in Los Angeles and has been acting professionally since she was a teenager. She graduated from USC, where she triple majored in Cinematic Arts, Theatre & Political Science. Recently, Christine starred in the award-winning indie feature Bread and Butter, opposite Bobby Moynihan (SNL), Micah Hauptman and Lauren Lapkus.
November's filmmaker of the month is David Dibble. If you attended the 2017 Breck Film Fest, you have seen some of his brilliant work on the BFF trailer, "The Projectionist", that preceded many of the film screenings this past September. Lucky for us, this is not the first time we have highlighted David's work, and we hope it won't be the last either! Let's get to know a little more about David.
October's featured filmmakers, Jen Prince and Jhennifer Webberley, are veterans of the festival. These two ladies returned last week with their fourth film and won a coveted Audience Award for their film "Quality Problems"! Let's take a look at their previous works and meet the ladies behind these fabulous projects.
July's filmmaker of the month is Michelle Bauer Carpenter who's an Associate Professor of Digital Design in the College of Arts & Media at the University of Colorado Denver. Carpenter has produced, directed and edited award winning experimental and documentary films.
Steve Elfers has been a visual storyteller for 27 years and has covered military conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan, Bosnia, Kosovo and Somalia. Steve is the managing editor of multimedia for USA Today, where he helps lead the photo, video and audio operations.