All posts tagged: Jenn Gotzon

DOVE. ORG FOUNDER, DICK ROLFE, JOINS ‘THE FARMER AND THE BELLE TEAM.’

New York, NY (January, 2018) – The #2Actors production team of Jenn Gotzon Chandler (Oscar-nominated “Frost/Nixon”) and Jim E. Chandler (“Stranger Things”) is thrilled to announce the addition of Dick Rolfe of rolfeconsulting.com as their newest team member. Rolfe has joined to assist them in networking for financial partnerships in production and distribution for “The Farmer and The Belle.” “Dick’s expertise, faith and public relations serve our movie franchise with a unique approach as our producer’s rep,” Gotzon Chandler states. A veteran of the media and entertainment industry for over 25 years, founder and former CEO of The Dove Foundation, Rolfe is a highly sought-after resource for networking and brand marketing. Now Rolfe is uniting his thousands of media contacts with his extensive experience in film, television, publishing, and digital media to aid professionals in taking their businesses to the next level. “The film’s story reflects the best of human nature and how we should all relate to the true meaning of Christmas. It appeals to me because its focus on family and faith is …

Chatting Moments With Actress, Jenn Gotzon!

I always admire people who have a deep passion for using their talent for God, and are not afraid to show it! Jenn Gotzon is one of such. I saw that passion shine through in the silent movie, the The Good Book by Faith Flix Films (You can read my review of that wonderful movie here). We connected on twitter, and Jenn was gracious to let me interview her on TBAP. In reading her answers, I hope you get to appreciate her boldness and the lovely person that she is! So folks, I introduce to you Jenn Gotzon—first time on TBAP! Enjoy! Miranda ~ Hello Jenn! Delighted to have you here on TBAP! Could you please tell us a bit about yourself? Jenn: Thanks so much for having me on. Well, I’m just a girl pursuing a call in my life, which is to inspire and impact audiences through the roles I play in the movies. I believe we live in a society where bad is bold, and to create positive change, good must be bolder. That is …