Director Jennifer Townsend praises her film team’s efforts over the past three years. During this interview with her daughter, Rebecca Murray, Jennifer shares insights from working with her diverse and talented team.
Jennifer got her start in documentary filmmaking after careers in law, business, and real estate.
Stewart has developed expertise in many related areas of filmmaking, but cinematography will always be his first love.
Sarah wrote and directed her first narrative short in 2008. She edits commercial projects,
shorts and features.
Stephen is an Emmy Award winning composer and Sundance Composers Lab Fellow.
Rebecca is our marketing project manager and is responsible for overseeing marketing-related projects.
Dina joined the documentary film world in 1996. She is an editor specializing in unscripted documentaries.
Jilann is an award-winning documentary filmmaker with a depth of experience in
creating character-driven stories.
Filmmaker and Sundance grant recipient co-owns Nonfiction Media, a Seattle-based video production company.
“Catching Sight of Thelma & Louise” has been submitted to film festivals for the 2016 fall festival circuit.
We have self-funded our project up to this point. However, we are seeking financial contributions for myriad expenses associated with getting our engaging, timely, provocative film out into the world.
Women’s stories need to be told and shared and our film does that in an honest, captivating way.
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Jennifer Townsend, Director, interviews Marco St. John, who played the notorious truck driver in Thelma & Louise.