Director of the Documentary program at U.C. Berkeley, Jennifer Redfearn shares her films and expertise through screenings, workshops and consultations.
With her unique approach to visual storytelling, team building, and supporting people creatively, Jennifer has led dozens of workshops. She has shared her films with audiences in theaters, at festivals (Hot Docs, Sheffield, DOC NYC, Full Frame), at universities, and with organizations such as TED Women and Ms. Magazine. Highlights include producing immersive workshops for NBC and MediaStorm and supporting U.S. and Cuban students who teamed up on projects through NYU’s documentary program in Havana.
She is an expert with the premier American film diplomacy program, American Film Showcase, a collaboration between the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts (SCA) and the U.S. State Department.
BRING JENNIFER REDFEARN TO YOUR COMMUNITY
Screening and Q&A
License one of Director Jennifer Redfearn’s films for a screening and Q&A session (in person or Zoom). Engage in a personal conversation with Jennifer as she shares insights into the stories behind the film, the challenges faced, and the filmmaking process.
In this immersive and hands-on experience, participants gain invaluable knowledge and personalized guidance to enhance their projects. Learn about the filmmaking process, from concept development and research to visual storytelling techniques and post-production. Visual storytelling workshops can be tailored to your organization’s needs.
Jennifer offers personalized one-on-one consultations whether you need assistance conceptualizing your story, structuring your narrative, or fine-tuning your creative vision. Together, you will explore the core themes of your project, identify areas for improvement, and develop strategies to enhance the storytelling and its impact.