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Emmy Award Winning Producer-Director Jennifer Champagne joins 48FILM Project Jury
The 48FILM Project has landed the participation of Emmy Award winning Producer-Director Jennifer Champagne for the 2015 Jury. The festival is an international online short film competition heralding a $100,000 production budget as the Grand Prize.
By: 48FILM Project Inc.
The 48FILM Project short film competition made headlines earlier this FALL by announcing the $100,000 (one hundred thousand dollars, USD) budget to film a feature film as Grand Prize.
Jennifer Champagne is a multi-award winning filmmaker with 20 years of experience in digital effects, film production and writing.
Founder of Milake Pictures, a film production company recently nominated for a 2015 Regional Emmy Award. Jennifer Champagne is also co-owner of Max Ink Productions and the multi-Emmy Award Winning animation and VFX house Max Ink Cafe. Milake is in production with several feature films including ‘Jake Stevens: The Last Protector,’ ‘Ten Years Too Soon,’ ‘Finding Henry,’ ‘The Woods’ and the documentary feature ‘Girl Who Would Be King’ on fast-rising Detroit country music star Paulina Jayne.
Jennifer’s film experience ranges from Visual Effects (‘Jeepers Creepers,’ ‘NCIS,’ ‘X-Files’) to Live Action (‘Border,’
An accomplished visual effects and entertainment trade press writer, Jennifer regularly contributes articles to National Rock Review, Millimeter Magazine, Animation Magazine and AWN. Her recent feature articles on Janet Mock, Dream Hampton, Ty Stone, Jaime Ray Newman, Paulina Jayne and The Walking Dead’s Steven Yeun made the cover story for Ambassador Magazine’s January Issue.
Jennifer spent three years as an Adjunct Professor at Madonna University, where she taught the fourth year film class. In her first year of teaching, she guided her 2011 students to three Student Emmy Nominations, one 2012 Student Emmy Award and a 2012 Detroit Music Award Nomination, a first in the five year history of the Capstone Film Class. The 2012 class won a 2013 Detroit Music Award and three 2013 Student Emmy Awards out of nine nominations. The 2013 class won a 2014 Detroit Music Award, a 2014 Student Emmy Award out of seven nominations and currently has three short films on the film festival circuit.
Through Capstone, Jennifer has found a passion for education of young filmmakers and teaching them the skills necessary to succeed in the film and television industry. It is this knowledge that Jennifer will be instrumental in selecting the 2015 48FILM Project winners. Winning films will be screened at the 2015 award ceremony in Los Angeles, California on February 9, 2016 at the Director’s Guild of America.
The 48FILM Project online festival is open to everyone: beginner to professional, from all nations. Once registered, a competing team selects a genre and importantly:
For more information, visit: https://www.48filmproject.com
To register and be eligible to win the Grand Prize of making a feature film: https://www.48filmproject.com/
Popular Press Media Group (PPMG)
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