Filmmaker: Jenni Gold
Runtime: 97 mins
Synopsis: Filmmaker Jenni Gold explores disability story lines in film, television and advertising to see if the media has helped societal inclusion for people with disabilities.
About the Filmmaker
Considered a triple threat in the world of entertainment, Jenni Gold‘s accomplishments have been featured in publications nationwide including: The LA Times, DGA Magazine, Rolling Stone Magazine, Quest Magazine and the Orlando Sentinel. Her work has been honored at festivals across the United States and in Europe. Jenni’s screenwriting and editorial skills serve as the foundation for her directorial efforts, which have received many awards and have placed her among the best in her field as a Director Member of the Director’s Guild of America. Jenni’s ability to creatively weave story elements is evident in her screenplays as well as in her directing. She co-wrote and has signed on to direct the suspense feature, ADRENALINE as well as the family film, LUCKY. She recently directed the star-studded documentary, “CinemAbility” and the comedy/horror feature “Aaah Roach.”
In addition to helming her upcoming feature film projects, and her active post production work with Gold Post she still has found time to develop a very successful corporate Division for Gold Pictures. The Corporate Division has serviced well-known clients including: Yamaha, Walt Disney, IBM, AbleTV and The Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation.