"Denice was able to connect with our students about a very sensitive, but critical, topic- hooking up. Her engaging style coupled with the video created a unique programmatic setting. Denice is very knowledgeable about how the sex lives of students intersect with alcohol, yet listened to our students voices and stories without judgment."
~ Monica Grau, Suny Oneonta Director, New Student Services
Denice is a highly requested national speaker, collegiate trainer and workshop facilitator for organizations and schools. Her films and videos have been used nationwide, since 2008, for course curriculums and programs targeted at sexual assault prevention. She has been a keynote speaker and presenter at numerous colleges & universities. Additionally, Ms. Evans has been a featured guest-expert on a number of national radio & television shows including an in-depth interview with Elizabeth Vargas for the ABC news show 20/20.
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"Documentaries on the cutting-edge of social issues."
Denice A. Evans, CEO of J’ Hue Film Productions, wrote and produced her first award-winning feature documentary, Spitting Game: The College Hook Up Culture which world premiered at the Boston Film Festival in 2008. The film went on to showcase at a dozen film festivals, numerous colleges & universities with additional screenings at academic conferences, including the American Public Health and American Psychological Association annual meetings.
Her company, J' Hue Film Productions, specializes in short and long format documentaries and narratives, educational videos, and branded content videos for corporations, non-profits, & schools. Denice collaborates closely on her projects with Atlanta based Director, Cinematographer & Editor, Josh Saideman. Together they bring a high level of creative expertise and professionalism to produce award-winning results. Their new short documentary, LEVEL UP, recently placed within the top-twenty for the International Documentary Challenge sponsored by Fusion Media.
"Denice Evans gives an interesting and honest approach to hooking up. Through her documentary and conversation role playing afterwards, she helped sorority and fraternity members learn to communicate better about difficult topics like hooking up, alcohol, and sexual assault. We loved having her speak at USC, and look forward to continued involvement with her work!"
~ Megan Lambert, USC Panhellenic President