Darion D’Anjou is an upcoming, award winning writer-director based in Atlanta, Georgia USA, who focuses on short and feature length narrative films. Darion's science fiction short film “Hop” was a finalist at the Atlanta Sci-Fi Film Festival, and his science fiction short film “Pony” won 7 out of 11 awards at the Constellation Film Festival in Atlanta including Best Picture, Best Direction, Best Cinematography, and Best Editing. "Pony" screened as an official selection of Gentleman Jack's Real to Reel hosted by Omari Hardwick, Bronze Lens Film Festival, Atlanta Sci-fi film festival, was nominated for Best Cinematography at the Berlin Sci-fi film festival, and continues its momentum on the festival circuit. Darion's one take horror short film "Mommy" has screened in theaters to rave reception, and has generated over 1.7 million views and counting online.
Darion is currently developing opportunities to write and direct feature length science fiction film projects based on the stories introduced by his proven short films such as “Pony” “Rack” and “Mommy”, as well as open to work on completely new projects, especially in the science-fiction, action, horror, and thriller genres.
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Ching Juhl, Chinese American, is a filmmaker, video journalist, musician and YouTube content creator. She is the founder of Juhl Media, and she has created and published more than 650 videos on social media, with topics ranging from current events to live interviews, music productions to how-to videos.
Ching Juhl's documentary feature My Yang Gang Diary, 80-minuets, 2021, won the Best Documentary Feature at Rome International Film Festival 2021. Her doc short Black Lives Matter was screened at the Socially Relevant Film Festival NY in 2020.
Educated at New York University, Indiana University and Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Ching Juhl is also a music educator and concert violist. She played with Phoenix Symphony, Jade String Trio as well as back up with Rod Stewart, Dionne Warwick and Perry Como. She taught music at St. Joseph's College, Long Island University and she has been directing and teaching violin/viola at Music Studio Manhattan since 2001. Ching Juhl has conduced Smartphone Film Production workshops at Clubhouse, MG Multimedia Group and Touro College.
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