Nouzha Evans

Nouzha Evans

http://www.radiusart.com
Concept Artist, Content Creator, Screenwriter and Translator

San Francisco, California

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September 2019
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About Nouzha

I am working on three projects:
1– Looking for beautiful minds – writers, filmmakers, art professionals & scientists interested in sending their comments about the relationship between Art & Science. Originally, the project was a documentary, but things can & do change! Michael Moore said: Don't make a documentary — make a MOVIE.
2 – Animation script: I submitted One page & logline to Christian Sander – producer & Development, Pensé Productions. His words of encouragement to develop the story & to keep writing are very appreciated!
I can't wait to read Elisha Yaffe's comments on the same One page & logline.
3 – After seven months of work, the final elements of the score of the 3rd project are being completed and we expect to release a video in November. Don't you hate it when your part in the project is done but the project is on hold because his/her part needs to be completed?

Visual projections:
Sponsored by San Francisco International Airport, Italian Festival, Bay Area, CA
“Collective Mind” – Published in The Encyclopedia of Living Artists, Los Angeles, CA
Visual Projection – International Progressive Rock Festival, Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco, CA
Multiple Projections – Cell Space, San Francisco, CA
Solo Projection – Chabot Space Planetarium & access to one of the world's most advanced visualization systems. Oakland, CA
Published children's book “Cooper the compost worm”. The children who created the book’s characters received certificates signed by President Barack Obama for outstanding achievement in environmental education.

Education:
Completed fourteen courses in Art & Design – U.C Berkeley, CA
Four years Ph.D. program, International Comparative Education.
Took independent filmmaking courses from some of the greatest movie directors.
In-touch and looking forward to consulting with Prof. Richard Walter, Screenwriting Area Head;
Associate Dean - UCLA School of Theater, Film & Television.

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