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Jenna was a journalist who hated telling the truth. After a decade of writing news for CNN, The Los Angeles Times and a variety of magazines, she decided r-e-e-l life was more interesting. She has been writing screenplays for six years. Her most recent work, CHARLIE SLOAN, an action-adventure comedy about an A-list actress who's banished from Hollywood, won 1st place at the Dixie Film Festival in 2008. Her comedy, FAKING IT, was recognized in the 2007 Screenwriting Expo Screenplay Competition and in addition, she's been developing JACK STRAW, a drama about a teen runaway who goes on tour with the Grateful Dead during the summer of Jerry Garcia's last tour. Jenna writes a column for Script Magazine.
Short film credits
United States | Jan 2009 | 14:50
A 9-year-old boy who's failing science decides to invent a new color in order to win the science fair.
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