Last time Idol Features caught up with director Lauryn Green, production had just wrapped on her debut feature film, JED. These days, the North Carolina-based artist is gearing up for her next film; a dramatic short set in a post-apocalyptic wasteland.
Lauryn Green has done pretty much all there is to do in filmmaking behind the camera, from writing and editing to sound. She made he directorial debut recently with JED, produced by her company, Outlandish Productions.
Women Creating Change is an organization for women in entertainment from the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). It’s a space where MENA women come to meet one another, collaborate, and strengthen each other.
Andreea Boyer’s most recent short film, Ella, is the story of a young woman, played by Andreea in the title role, coming to terms with her drinking and partying lifestyle and the affect it is taking on her life, particularly her studies.
Actress and filmmaker Leslie Lanier started Luna Soleil Studios, just last year and considering that her company works on what she says is no budget, Luna Soleil has been doing well, having completed several short films, so far.
A native of Pittsburg, Texas, Brie Straiton is one half of the driving force behind Hurricane Bridge Entertainment, who brought horror fans the 2016 gorefest Night of Something Strange, in which Brie worked on both sides of the camera.
Ashton Helton is a recent graduate of the University of North Carolina Ashville, who majored in mass communications, and that’s a major that sure isn’t going to waste. This lady lives and breaths everything film related.