|Director:||J. Christian Jensen|
|Photography:||J. Christian Jensen|
|Sdition:||J. Christian Jensen|
|Sound:||Abhi Singh, Evan Carpenter|
|Music:||Wiley Webb, Chris Carlson|
|Producers:||J. Christian Jensen|
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J. Christian Jensen
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J. Christian Jensen
20' / 2013 / United States of America
English and spanish subtitled
Audience vote 6.88
Set against the backdrop of a cruel North Dakota winter, White Earth is a tale of an oil boom that has drawn thousands to America’s Northern Plains in search of work. Told from the perspective of three children and an immigrant mother whose lives are touched by the oil boom, each story intertwines with the others – exploring themes of innocence, home, and the American Dream.
Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, 2014 - Jury Award for Best Short
Slamdance, 2014 - Jury Award for Cinematography
Fargo Film Festival, 2014 - Jury Award for Best Cinematography & Honorable Mention for Best Student Film
Thin Line Film Fest, 2014 / Sehsüchte International Student Film Festival, Germany, 2014 / Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, 2014 / Sarasota Film Festival, 2014 / Thessaloniki Documentary Film Festival, GREECE, 2014 / Yale Environmental Film Festival, 2014 / Ivy Film Festival, 2014 / FIPA - Festival International de Programmes Audiovisuels, Biarritz, France, 2014
J. Christian Jensen has been doing film and media work for over ten years now. He began in the bradcast realm – working on productions for National Geographic, FRONTLINE and American Experience. His first film, Sou da Bahia, was shot in Brazil and explores art and Afro-Brazilian identity. Christian’s most recent work, completed at Standford University has screened at major festivals around the world and explores existential themes and the collision of science, technology and religion in modern society.
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