Jennifer Dunn's character-driven stories revolve around real working class southern people in all of our complexity and diversity. Common themes include addiction, generational trauma, and the difference between how things are and how they should be.
An Oxy-addicted mountain witch with true supernatural powers must live up to her bloodline's daunting legacy from within her step-father’s dishonest faith healing ministry. (Finalist in CineStory, WeScreenplay Diverse Voices, Stowe Story Labs, the Atlanta Film Festival and ScreenCraft Pilot Launch.)
A thrice-widowed PI, haunted by the decades-old murder of her sister, takes on her coal town’s corrupt establishment all the while defending her son from a murder charge.
A non-verbal, quadriplegic little girl must, on her own, defeat the ghost of her ancestor intent on purifying his bloodline by murdering her.
All of us, in some buried not-very-nice parts of ourselves, have wondered, "If the marriage is so bad, why doesn't she just leave?"
Craigslist. A meetup to purchase baby clothes. And nobody's telling the truth.