June Owens

June Owens

June Owens Creative
Content Creator, Director and Producer

Dallas, Texas

Member Since:
April 2015
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About June

June Owens is an award-winning director/producer. She is developing a new way to tell her stories. Owens current interest is in interactive documentary production and interactive media theory, participatory practices, UX interactive documentaries, and locative experiences.

Owens previous work has involved women in film and television, cultural studies, video and film production, and memory, identity, and archival preservation. Owens has created 120 videos/films in her 20 years of working in television and film production as a director/producer/writer she has created, observed, and experienced much. She has won 8 film festivals and directed documentaries that have had impact and created awareness and two films are permanent collections of two museums. Owens work has surrounded women's films and the access and archive. She is an educator and has been inspiring and teaching college-level students since she was 22 years old. Most of all, Owens believes in giving back to the community and making something unbelievably powerful.

Credits

  • North Lake College Video/Film Professional Forum

    North Lake College Video/Film Professional Forum (2014 - 2015)
    Television (Talk-Show) Producer Add a Plot »

  • Women in Film. Dallas 30th Anniversary PSA Anniversary Reel

    Women in Film. Dallas 30th Anniversary PSA Anniversary Reel (2014)
    Film (Short and Biography) Producer Add a Plot »

  • Bound by Blood

    Bound by Blood (2014)
    Film (Short and Drama) Producer Add a Plot »

  • Lucky Red

    Lucky Red (2013)
    Film (Short, Adventure, Drama and Family) Producer This film is a fresh and fun spin on the classic underdog story. Two brothers face overwhelming odds to prove they have what it takes to win a neighborhood cart race.

  • Change

    Change (2012)
    Film (Short and Drama) Producer Two brothers struggle with ones addiction to cocaine. The brother is given an ultimatum and must get his life back on track. Soon after he experiences an accident that changes his life forever.

  • Irving, TX Local Address, Global Access

    Irving, TX Local Address, Global Access (2007)
    Film (Short and Biography) Producer Add a Plot »

  • Firehouse Cooks

    Firehouse Cooks (2006)
    Television (Reality-TV) Producer Add a Plot »

  • Build a Future

    Build a Future (2006)
    Video (Short and Mystery) Producer Add a Plot »

  • Kid's Playhouse

    Kid's Playhouse (2006)
    Television (Family) Producer Add a Plot »

  • The Mustangs of Las Colinas: The World's Largest Equestrian Sculpture

    The Mustangs of Las Colinas: The World's Largest Equestrian Sculpture (2004)
    Film (Documentary) Producer Learn the story of African wildlife artist Robert Glen's eight years invested in creating the Mustangs. The museum also presents a short film which brings to life for the visitor the time and effort that went into designing, molding and mounting this distinctive piece of public art.

  • Robert Glen: Artist Profile

    Robert Glen: Artist Profile (2004)
    Film (Short and Biography) Producer Robert Glen's true love of the African bush led him to Tanzania's Ruaha National Park where he continues to sculpt and sketch in close proximity to some of Africa's most engaging wildlife. Rob continues to work out of his simple camp studio, where he has lived for the past fifteen years with his partner, the accomplished painter Sue Stolberger. Together Sue and Robert inspire each other's work as well as their passion for natural history, ecology and conservation. Written by Robert Glen bio

  • Gilda's Club: A Special Place

    Gilda's Club: A Special Place (2004)
    Film (Short and Drama) Producer Add a Plot »

  • Domestic Violence Is Everybody's Business

    Domestic Violence Is Everybody's Business (2003)
    Film (Documentary) Producer "Domestic Violence is Everybody's Business," calls attention to domestic violence. Two victims shared their compelling, personal experience of living in abusive homes. The video is available in English and Spanish. The documentary premiered at the Dallas Museum of Art and was accepted into the 2003 Dallas Video Festival. Exhibited at the Dallas Museum of Art. Dallas Video Festival, Finalist. Written by June Owens

  • Paint Thinner

    Paint Thinner (2003)
    Film (Short and Comedy) Producer Add a Plot »

  • Curb Service

    Curb Service (2003)
    Film (Short and Comedy) Producer Add a Plot »

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