Producer / Writer / Director of faith based film
One of five selected for PGA Diversity Program - Drama
Director / Writer / Producer of two documentaries:
ZACH and MYHRE premiering at Regal Cinema, LA LIVE, Aug 2016 (Award Nominated)
Bearers Of The Promise (Award Nominated)
Carded premiering at Regal Cinema, LA LIVE, Aug 2016 (Award Nominated)
Freedom Gate in festival circuit (Award Nominated)
He's 13! (Award Nominated)
Bountiful (Award Nominated)
Last Laugh (Award Nominated)
Multiple projects in various stages of production
Founding member of Rude Guerilla Theater Company
Television (Family) Producer Jenn Gotzon shares 20+ years of experience about craftsmanship to marketing secrets, she's learned and developed along the way as an actor, while keeping grounded on an ethical foundation from being raised by a Christian family. Gotzon takes the actor step-by-step through the process of how to create industry buzz like the pros, gaining position above the rest of the crowd, garnering attention that leads to work, and setting them up for success as an industry insider, while staying grounded in humility, servant-hood and unconditional love. Gotzon uses biblical ethics and prayer exercises to inspire actors to find peace and relaxation entering into the mind of the character in a safe way. Written by Susan Shearer
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Film (Short, Drama and Romance) Producer Homeless and down trodden, Jim Ballard, becomes enraged upon discovering struggling artist, Andrea May's unsolicited portrait of him that foreshadows his rise to prosperity.
Film (Short) Producer An unlikely hero's journey on the Road to Redemption.
Film (Short and Drama) Producer An Iraqi man haunted by the death of his wife moves to Baghdad to start over but becomes obsessed with a suspicious neighbor.
On Dragon's Wings
Film (Short, Drama and Family) Producer One boy - One toy - One battle.
Bearers of the Promise
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Film (Short and Family) Producer When a 13-year old kid makes a YouTube video that goes viral, the studio gives him $30 mil to direct the feature based on it. - but how will he cope with too much too soon?
Film (Short and Drama) Makeup Department Fact: There are 1 million to 3 million runaway (throwaway) and homeless kids living on the streets in the United States... See full synopsis »
Film (Short and Comedy) Actress Telemafia is what happens when a telemarketer picks the wrong consumer to call. The two "cross phones" in a conversational duel in what starts out as a typical telemarketing cold call and ends up being a call that neither will ever forget.
Film (Short and Drama) Producer Consumed by his gambling addiction, Johnny reaches a crisis point in his life. God uses a car accident as a wakeup call. He gives Johnny a glimpse into his future - if he stays on the same path, his son will repeat his same mistakes. Will God cut him off (allow him to die in the accident) or will Johnny allow himself to be pruned (do the tough work to emerge victorious over his addiction) and in turn lead a fruitful life (a solid marriage and positive influence on his son). Our ending suggests Johnny has responded positively to this wakeup call, turned his life around and the arrival of baby Marko in his life is a representation of God's rich bounty. Written by Joseph Osborn
The Last Laugh
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Film (Short and Drama) Makeup Department What happens when cult leader Rev. Dobbins comes to take 13-year-old Esmee Johnson as his wife.
Film (Short and Comedy) Makeup Department Alice is having trouble adjusting to her new life after she and her husband, Sam, move to be near their daughter who's expecting the family's first grandchild. Alice's efforts to fit in with the ladies of the new town and "belong" result in laughter and eventually acceptance. Written by Anonymous
Film (Documentary) Makeup Department What would you pay to hang onto the random stuff you've collected all throughout your life, but it just doesn't fit in your house? If you are like the many of the people we met while shooting this film, the price you'll pay to keep these tangible remnants of your memories is in excess of $40,000. When I moved to LA, I left a full storage unit behind in NH, and like most of the people in this film, I thought I go back for it. It's amazing how quickly soon becomes someday. It seems like there a storage complex on nearly every corner. What is everyone hanging on to? Why? And is it worth it? And speaking of complexes, every time I try to get rid of something, I hear myself saying "But it's my stuff." "I'll need it as soon as I get rid of it." "There's nothing wrong with it." "I might wear that. " "It was a gift," and so many more justifications. I needed to know if I alone in my attachment. Using footage collected from interviews shot all across the country, we explore the uniquely ... Written by Cami J. Kidder
Crown of Love
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Film (Drama and Short) Actress Patrick wakes up on his birthday to news that his gay cousin is in a coma. While disconnected from his feelings towards his own sexual confusion, Patrick's mother sets him up on a blind date with a spectacular woman, Jessi, who, by accident, sparks affirmation in his life. Written by Anonymous
Film (Short) Actress One of the things I was most struck by when moving to Los Angeles from rural Vermont was how many, very large, newly constructed buildings there are in LA for the express purpose of storing things that we value, but for some reason don't keep in our homes. Even though I am a bi-coastal storer myself, I was set to wonder why is there a storage complex on every corner. What is everyone hanging on to? Is this just an American thing? Who are the people powering this industry? And is it worth it? My Dad owns a small set of units. And from those 26, he grosses about $3000 monthly in passive income. So, if he's realizing this on a small scale, what's going on with these very large companies that can have 1500 units in a single building? The structures in the cities are truly complexes. They seem to have all the comforts of home - electricity, piped-in music, air conditioning, and at about $1.60 per square foot, it's not all that surprising that people have taken to living in them. Speaking ... Written by Cami J. Kidder
The One Who Wears Red
Film (Short) Actress Flavia is a woman who plays a dozen different roles in life. She is a mother, receptionist, delivery man, cleaning lady, chauffeur and nurse to her friends and family members. To her husband alone, she is sex object, his mother, the perfect proper wife and the fashion expert dressing her husband for work each day. She is the ying and yang student and teacher dichotomy depending upon her knowledge and experience with any given situation. Like most women, Flavia has a system to order her multitasked life. Reaching her 40th birthday, Flavia begins to question who she truly is, and her inability to find a quick answer builds to an inevitable meltdown. Friends and family members notice a shift in their typically dependable and always appropriate Flavia. With good intentions, but limited understanding, her loved ones rally around only making the pressure and frustration worse. There is no face Flavia can put on to avoid the questions, concerned looks and smothering attempts at comfort from ... Written by Heather Coker