Jenna Cavelle Net Worth
Jenna Cavelle was born on September 7, 1976 in Gainesville, Florida, USA, is a Producer, Director, Actress. Let’s have a look into Jenna Cavelle net worth, salary, age and real name as well as her wiki-bio.
|Birthday||September 7, 1976|
|Birthplace||Gainesville, Florida, USA|
|Height||5' 9" (1.75 m)|
|Known As||producer, director, actress|
What is Jenna Cavelle Net worth & Salary.
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An award-winning journalist and filmmaker, Cavelle's work has been published in prominent academic journals and magazines, and screened at film festivals and in theaters throughout the world. She currently serves as the Vice President of Development & Production at 2-time NBA All-Star Baron Davis's production company, No Label, based in Santa Monica, California.
Cavelle's feature film directorial debut Blood Heist, starring and produced by Oscar-nominated actor James Franco and featuring Emmy-nominated actor James McMeniman of Orange is the New Black, premiered at Fantasia International Film Festival. Blood Heist is part of a grind-house triple feature anthology conceived of by James Franco, all directed by female directors. Blood Heist is about a band of Latin siblings who attempt a violent robbery in order to escape their mundane lives and head to Hollywood to make their first Indie film.
Cavelle also served as a co-director on the feature film The Mad Whale starring James Franco, Dominic Rains, Camilla Belle, and Summer Phoenix. In The Mad Whale, inmates at a 19th century women's mental asylum stage a theatrical production of Herman Melville's 'Moby Dick.'
Cavelle has produced several feature films and music videos. She is the founder and a managing partner of Her Pictures, a boutique film and video studio based in Los Angeles.
Cavelle is an Annenberg Fellow and a Stronach Baccalaureate Prize Recipient for her documentary film and community outreach work with the Paiute tribe of the Owens Valley where she has lived part time on the Bishop Paiute reservation since 2012 conducting and publishing extensive research on the tribe's ancient irrigation systems and water history. Her documentary film Paya: The Water Story of the Paiute is the culmination of this research and screened at Academy Award qualifying festivals and in theaters throughout the United States.
Cavelle holds a BS in Political Ecology from UC Berkeley and an MFA in Film & TV Production from USC's School of Cinematic Arts.