Jenn Brown is a theatre and film artist from rural Newfoundland with a passion for storytelling. With a BFA in Theatre from Memorial University’s Grenfell Campus, she is a director, producer, industry development curator and more. Jenn founded The Queer Theatre Festival, co‐founded Engine Productions and is the co‐chair of the Cultural Artists Plan for Emergencies (CAPE) Fund. She works as Industry Liaison and FRAMED Producer with the St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival.
FRAMED Nain was a five‐day film camp in which local participants learned both the art and business of filmmaking, gaining the tools and support to tell their own stories through film. Led by professional mentors, this hands‐on camp included the development, shooting, and editing of their first short film, katatjanik utippalianinga (The Return of Throat Singing). This film was made for and by the people of Nain, and is a testament to the rich talent and culture of Nunatsiavut.
The FRAMED Nain team: Caroline Nochasak, Heather Angnatok, Jason Dicker, Jennifer Semigak, Joshua Jararuse, Matmatil Angnatok, Maxwell Saksagiak, Nancy Nochasak,Sarah Semigak Lidd, Troy Maher, Victoria Wells and Jenn Brown.