CJC Launches New Online “Great Storytellers: Women and the Art of Film” Series
The first presentation in the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications’ new online “Great Storytellers: Women and the Art of Film” series was featured in “CJC Hosts First Women and the Art of Film Speaker” written by Journalism junior Julia Collins and published in The Independent Florida Alligator on April 20.
The series will feature four additional livestream interviews on the College’s Facebook page with accomplished and diverse women in film.
According to Zawahry, “The College of Journalism and Communications wanted to create a series for the students and our community to stay uplifted and engaged during quarantine, so they asked me what I thought about doing a woman in film series.”
The next speakers in the series include Li Lu on April 22, an Asian American director in documentary and narrative film; Jesi Rojas, a Venezuelan American film editor and recent CJC graduate; Lena Khan, an Indian American Muslim director and the first hijabi director in Hollywood; and one more unannounced filmmaker.
The video of the first program is available at https://www.jou.ufl.edu/videos/careers-in-film-chloe-weaver/