Last week, Film Advisory Board granted actress Jenn Gotzon an Award of Excellence for ‘Doonby and Outstanding Contribution to the Entertainment World [Inspiring Audiences motivational program] & this past Saturday, Gotzon received overall festival Best Actor for the protagonist dream role in ‘God’s Country’ at the 11th Annual Pocono Mountain Film Festival. Dr. Ted Baehr, movie critic and founder of top family film review site Movieguide, raves: “Jenn Gotzon reveals character with an extraordinary emotional range better than almost anyone in Hollywood today!”
Flamed by rejection at age 17, Gotzon was told she did not have talent to live her dream (playing protagonist roles in movies like ‘The Help’ or ‘The Blind Side’); now 7 years of conservatory training later, the hard work has paid off! Her career is now exploding – with starring roles in no less than 9 feature films, 4 being released this year, 5 released 2014, starting with Ferrari-driving dramedy God’s Country, which premiered on UPtv in Aug. and is now selling successfully in stores, Netflix and Blockbuster. This month boasts 3 theatrically released films, including Alone Yet Not Alone. The epic, inspirational true story, set during the French and Indian War, opened #1 at the Box office during its test release. Film Critic Sharon Wilharm praises: “Jenn Gotzon’s portrayal of Lydia being burned at the stake brought chills. Her approach was so unexpected and yet so right.” And Gotzon strikes gold twice on November 1st with real-life cyber attack thriller Dragon Day, and the Vatican endorsed genre-bending mystery romance movie Doonby sharing the release date.
‘Doonby’ is hailed as “…a moving and thought-provoking psychological thriller… that will linger in your mind and obsess your consciousness,”
To schedule a FaceTime discussion with Jenn Gotzon after your high school group watches 'Doonby,' email Mandi Toan at admin@JennGotzon.com.
Theater Listings for Doonby and Dragon Day releasing Nov 1, 2013
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