On July 26th at 5:30pm my feature documentary California's Forgotten Children screened at the United States Senate in order to educate the government staff on the issue of child sex trafficking and encouraging policymakers in creating and implementing laws and policies to combat trafficking.
I am so grateful to the Harris Office, Senate Rules Committee, and Sharan Dhanoa (Director of Strategic Development South Bay Coalition to End Human Trafficking.)
After a long journey making California's Forgotten Children documentary, we are excited to be sharing it with the world! Come see our movie at these amazing festivals.
Was so much fun making this!
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Hello Noon is on a mission to spread positive messages globally through their music and performance. By fusing pop/rock and orchestral elements together, Hello Noon is leading the next big wave of alternative music.
Dancing and Choreography - Olivia Lindsey Thomas and Douglas G. McCormic
Filmmakers - Melody C. Miller and Jason Knutzen Music
Performance - Hello Noon
Filmed on the Samsung 360° Round Camera in 4K 3D
Filmed a 360 3D Virtual Reality tour of an art gallery with renowned international painter and portraitist, Zhenya Gershman. She is known for her dramatic monumental portraits of iconic public and private figures.
Link to film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPN241k1xdg
One of the three short documentaries I made in China released today! Enjoy!
Filmed 10 adventurous action short documentaries in 6 days in over 20 locations around national monuments! Shot with Sony FS7 and my GoPro Karma drone with gimbal! I freaking love it so much! It was extremely helpful running up mountains and jumping across streams! Honored to meet and film so many amazing people. Their stories are incredible and cannot wait to share with the world.
Here is a picture behind the camera with Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk, Head Councilwoman of Ute Mountain Ute Tribe.
California’s Forgotten Children - Documentary is officially complete after 4 years of hard work. I am truly grateful for the hundreds of amazing people who have helped make this film possible!
Submitted our film to all the leading film festivals around the world for premiere in 2018! Wish us luck!
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