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RECENT AWARDS

AUDIENCE AWARD - Columbia Gorge International Film Festival

BEST DOCUMENTARY and Nominated for Best Female Filmmaker - Action On Film Festival

HONORABLE MENTION - BEST DOCUMENTARY - Los Angeles International Film Festival

BEST DOCUMENTARY - Cannes Independent Film Festival

BEST DOCU-DRAMA - Bare Bones Film Festival

BEST DOCUMENTARY - Idyllwild International FIlm Festival

RECENT REVIEWS

DADDY I DO: ABSTINENCE, VIRGINITY AND PURITY BALLS by Heather Aronno - January 23, 2011

RED, WHITE AND FEMME: TRUSTING THE RING OF PURITY - FAITH VS SEX EDUCATION by Darrah de jour - January 21, 2011

DOCUMENTARY EXPLORES ABSTINENCE-ONLY EDUCATION AND PURITY BALLS by TeenNow California - December 14, 2010

REPUBLIC OF GILEAD: REVIEW OF DADDY I DO - December 1, 2010

EXPOSED: THE GIFT OF VIRGINITY AND PURITY BALLS by Larissa Dzegar, Bust Magazine - November 16, 2011

DADDY I DO: DOCUMENTARY ON PURITY BALLS AND ABSTINENCE-ONLY CULTURE by Vanessa, Feministing - November 16, 2011

DADDY I DO: "PURITY" WORLD IS TOUGH FOR WOMEN by Sarah Seltzer, RH Reality Check - November 10, 2011

FROM PURITY BALLS TO POVERTY TO TEEN PREGNANCY, FILM PUTS A FACE ON THE SEX ED DEBATE by Howard Rosenberg - June 22, 2010

EXPLORE THE TRUTH WITH DADDY I DO by Ryan Cooper, jitZul - May 22, 2010

CASSIE JAYE'S DYNAMIC FILM ABOUT SEXUAL ATTITUDES by Barbara DeGrande, Suite 101 - May 10, 2010

FILM REVIEW: DADDY I DO by Marina Antunes, Row Three - May 10, 2010

FILM REVIEW: DADDY I DO 2010 by Jen Johans, Film Intution - May 09, 2010

NEW U.S. DOC ON ABSTINENCE: CHOICE ALWAYS MATTERS by LITA ROBINSON, Screen Comment - April 27, 2010

PODCASTS

Jitzul's Ryan Cooper interviews "Daddy I Do" director Cassie Jaye, May 26, 2010

Reality Cast with Amanda Marcotte, RH Reality Check, March 7, 2010, podcast below

 


ARTICLES

"Cassie Jaye: A Filmmaker Births Herself" - by Don Schwartz, CineSource

"Daddy I Do Film" - by Brooke Buesking , Phem Magazine

"Upfront: Lark Theater chastened - Why did two board members say 'no we won't' to 'Daddy I Do'?" - by Ronnie Cohen, Pacfic Sun

"EXPOSED: The Gift of Virginity and Purity Balls", BUST Magazine

"Lark Theater pulls its support of documentary on teen sex" - by Paul Liberatore, Marin Independent Journal

"Larkspur mother, daughter make 'Daddy I Do,' a documentary about abstinence-only movement" - by Paul Liberatore, Marin Independent Journal

"Cassie Jaye Wins Best Doc at Cannes", Film and Digital Times

"LOVELORN, Abstinence Documentary DADDY I DO Win: Cannes Independent Film Festival", Alt Film Guide

 

Faces Overlooked _ NEWS & PRESS

Award-Winning Short Documentary:

"Faces Overlooked"

for the Palms for Life Fund,
"Faces of Hunger in America" Film Competition

"Faces Overlooked" selected for the Tiburon International Film Festival, March 18-26, 2010

 

 

"Faces Overlooked" for the Palms for Life Fund, "Faces of Hunger in America" Film Competition.

On December 21st, 2009 there was a public screening of the top 6 films at the Action Center to End World Hunger in Battery Park, NYC. Experts in the fight to end World Hunger decided on the top 3 films to win cash prizes. "Face Overlooked" was awarded 2nd place.

"Faces Overlooked" was Featured on the YouTube Homepage on Thanksgiving for YouTube's Video Volunteers November Spotlight: Hunger in America.

Review:

"This was a film that I came across through YouTube and it is a video response to another film entitled Faces of Hunger. This young film producer put together this film, Faces Overlooked for a young filmmaker’s contest. The goal of this project was for participants to visually portray hunger in America through different “faces”. I think this short film was cleverly put together and did state a lot of issues. I feel that the concept was to show that hunger has no real face and hunger doesn’t have a certain “look”. Anyone could be a victim or face of hunger and it may be the most unlikely person on the street or even someone you know. We can all easily overlook someone who is suffering from hunger or is in need of food assistance. I fairly enjoyed the music and cinematography of this short film."

- LexaMarie, Entitled to Dignity