Filmmaking by Jennifer Hall Lee


Two presentations in Atlanta, Georgia about Vicious Women, a documentary film about Teri and Iris

Gentrification, Civil War history and women's rights

  • Charis Books and More, October 18, 7:30-9 pm
  • Emory University Climate Change Organization, October 19, 5-7 pm in White Hall Room 207


Documentary feature, 64 minutes

Distributed by Women Make Movies, Feminist: Stories won Best of the Fest for Documentary at the Women's International Film Festival. It has been shown around the world including Islamabad, Pakistan

"If I had a magic wand and could bonk you with it, I'd spirit you to a screening of a documentary I wish were mandatory viewing in schools." - Ellen Snortland, On the Shoulders of Women, Pasadena Weekly, October 2, 2013
"...your film was, to me, a cinematic ray of light..." - Fran Luck, WBAI, New York
"... it felt like watching something documentary and experimental… Great stuff! Looking forward to hearing more of your thoughts." - Becky Sharpe, UK


Documentary short, 3 minutes 45 seconds

"The Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy is tremendously grateful to Jennifer Lee for her vision and execution of the project to promote awareness of our campaign to preserveCottonwood Canyon.  She came up with a wonderful idea for a girl scout troop to create awareness by filming the beauty of the canyon and having the girls articulate the need to conserve it's natural open space as part of a wildlife corridor.  She then guided them, and us, through the process of the film's creation - streamlining the process with great efficiency.  The finished product is priceless, and will be the cornerstone of our fundraising campaign going forward." - Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy  2016


Documentary feature, 57minutes

This film was my first full length documentary. The archival footage of Mary Jane Colter was identified by me while searching for archival documents at the Grand Canyon offices. 
Directed by Jennifer Hall Lee, Edited by Carol Brzezinski, Music composition by Robert Wait, Narrated by Ellen Burstyn
For an interview with Susan Stamberg of NPR where we discuss Colter's work in Winslow, AZ click here:
Premiered at Santa Barbara Film Festival 1998
Award winner from National Media Educational Network

Love Her, Love Her Not: The Hillary Paradox

Book Trailer, 2 minutes 44 seconds

"Love Her, Love Her Not: The Hillary Paradox" book trailer.  Joanne Bamberger, author and editor, compiled this book of essays about Hillary Clinton.