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Delray Beach, FL, United States, 2007/03/21 - Jewish American Princess, a feature film documentary by Jacqueline and Ian Davis, wins the Audience Award for Best Documentary at the 2nd Annual Delray Beach Film Festival in Delray Beach, Florida.
The film premiered to sold out crowds at the festival, which ran from March 13th - March 18th, 2007.
Says filmmaker Jacqueline Davis, "We're thrilled our film received such an overwhelming response at Delray Beach Film Festival and look forward to bringing our film to more festivals around the world."
Jewish American Princess (jewishamericanprincessmovie.com) is a feature film documentary, which follows the life of Jonelle Freed, a young quirky 25 year-old woman as she explores her Jewish heritage and searches for the perfect man. With the help of her family, friends and new acquaintances, Jonelle's unique take on life leads her into many adventures both romantic and otherwise. "Jewish American Princess" is so entrenched in story that it suspends belief that this is real life unfolding as Jonelle's quest takes her from Los Angeles to New York to Israel and back to Los Angeles.
Shot by Jonelle's sister and brother-in-law, filmmaker team Jackie and Ian Davis, Jonelle gave her family an unedited all access inside look into her hilarious and sometimes heartbreaking journey.
About the Filmmakers
Jacqueline Davis is a former 10- year hair and makeup design veteran who has done numerous commercials, music videos and print ads. One of her first music videos won an MTV2 Award for Dashboard Confessional's "Screaming Infidelities." This is her first feature film project.
Ian Davis has been working in the entertainment industry in various aspects for the last 6 years in all types of production, costumes, art-department, visual F/X and transportation. Past projects include "Planet of the Apes", "Daredevil", "Big Fish", "Constantine" and more. This is his co-directorial debut.