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"Freedom" visually demonstrates the life of the African American culture during the peaks of slavery and inequality helping to portray the need f… Read More
"Freedom" visually demonstrates the life of the African American culture during the peaks of slavery and inequality helping to portray the need for all to come together, ending racism and bigotry in all forms. Read Less
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Elizabeth June "Freedom"
Music Video Production, Direction, Editing and Package Design
Showcasing my directing, editing and producing skills for the very first time plus working with a $300 budget and 4 days of production, 'Freedom' won the hearts of many as it brought home 9 official selections and awards to date worldwide. It was this first impression in the film and arts communities that allowed me to continue my work with Dagnese, my most recent film project to date.
Second Place: Bayou City Inspirational Film Festival, 2009
Finalist: Action/Cut Film Festival, 2009
Semi-Finalist: Adobe Design Achievement Awards (ADAA), 2009

Featured:
Mtv's "Film Of The Week" June 2009
Mtv's "Best Film On Campus" June 2009

Official Selection:
GIAA Film Festival, 2009
15 Minutes of Fame Film Festival, 2009
Action On Film Festival, 2009
Orlando Museum of Art - Florida Film Maker Festival

DVD PACKAGE DESIGN
Following our work together on 'Freedom', June had asked me to create for her a site that could showcase her talents to potential acting and vocal companies as well as be a platform she could use to obtain new clients that would be interested in live performance. Together we agreed that having a look that was inviting was just as important as making sure a slight, but not over-bearing influence of her culture shined through. Feel free to check out June's site here and read up on how she came to be such a shining star!
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