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Prof. Lorna Johnson-Frizell is an independent filmmaker whose films have been screened extensively at film-festivals nationally and internationally. She has won awards from the Mill Valley Film Festival, the National Black Programming Consortium and has been invited to present her work at Whitney Humanities Center at Yale University, George Washington University and the Montreal Human Rights Film Festival. Most recently she was the recipient of the 2012 Leeway Transformation Award granted to an artist whose work demonstrates a commitment to social change. Prof. Johnson’s work ranges from experimental cinema, documentary films and independent narratives. She has taught The Art of Editing. African American Film. Documentary Production and Directing for the Camera.
Prof. Johnson’s thoughts on her Department colleagues:
“I came to TCNJ about 10 years ago, and it was a great opportunity to teach. I learned so much from my colleagues. I was always appreciative to those who have come before me and blazed the trail. My colleagues were my mentors.”
Learn more about Professor Johnson’s award-winning film Freedom Road by clicking on the image below.