Denice is the CEO/Owner of J’ Hue Film Productions and a graduate of Emory University where she received her degree in Creative Writing & Film. Her company specializes in social cause & deep ecology media. Denice wrote & produced her first award-winning feature documentary, Spitting Game: The College Hook Up Culture in 2008. Her compelling film world premiered at the prestigious Boston Film Festival and showcased at over a dozen film festivals. J’ Hue Film Productions has produced educational and branded content short documentaries for colleges and non-profits.
Ms. Evans continues to produce film and video projects in Atlanta and Los Angeles. She recently directed the apocalyptic-thriller short film, The Final Hour. She is currently on a writing team expanding the original concept from the film into a television series pilot/treatment. Denice has written and pitched show treatments to major television networks, including MTV, A&E, and Showtime. She has worked in multiple capacities including, but not limited to, 1st AD on the music video, TRAPPED, Casting Director for the short film, Jabberwocky, and Associate Producer for a PSA/Documentary, 9 to 5 Working Women’s Organization by WIFTA (Women in Film and Television Atlanta.)
Ms. Evans hopes to collaborate with filmmakers and content creators in Georgia to bring more business to their communities and build a strong foundation for the local entertainment industry.
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