Zohe Film Productions has been committed to producing social issue stories for a world audience, distributed to a world audience since 1981. The company particularly focuses on combining strong film aesthetics with intimate personal storytelling that reflects larger social/political issues. From recent films like MY REINCARNATION about a Tibetan father and son culture clash to MAORI BOY GENIUS about a young Maori Boy who dreams of going to Yale, or older works like BEIRUT: THE LAST HOME MOVIE about a family in war torn Lebanon and PROJECT TEN, a series of ten personal films about the new South Africa, Zohe Films is always interested in political stories through a personal lens. As part of this focus, the company’s president, Jennifer Fox, has been involved in many international initiatives over three decades, including having been elected to be a US Representative Shop Steward at the International TV conference INPUT two years in a row, acted as the only American mentor on the HIV+ Series, “Steps For The Future”, and having lectured and taught producing and directing for many international initiatives all over the world including the Aristotle Workshop, Romania, “Another Finland”, Samiland, and the Binger Lab, Netherlands.
Zohe Films is committed to using new forms of fundraising and distribution on multiple platforms, having created its own theatrical distribution campaigns and grassroots outreach campaigns for several films over the last decades. Zohe Films recently ran a record breaking international crowdfunding campaign for “My Reincarnation” that raised $150,000+ with donations from 72 countries.