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Genevieve Davis (III)

Genevieve Davis is an independent producer/director/writer/designer with an artist's eye. Davis has received many design and painting commissions from ballet, opera and theater companies, designers, museums & film producers. She holds a B.A. from Beloit College in Anthropology and a B.S. and M.F.A in Art and Dance Television Production from the ... See full bio »

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Known For

Gemini'd Director
(2016)
Brothers Director
(2017)

Filmography

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 2017/X Brothers (Short)
 2016 Gemini'd (Short)
 2012 Secret Life, Secret Death (Documentary)
 2009 On the Trail of a Black Sheep (Video documentary short)
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Show Show Cinematographer (2 credits)
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Filming was a journey for me through those dark emotions-like Orpheus going down to Hades and then coming back up. This three-year journey of making the film is allowing me to live in a better world. There were actually four people in my family that didn't get to have this peace. They died early. It's a very dangerous thing to keep family secrets. See more »

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Davis has done cavalry impressions in Civil War reenactments as well as refugee impressions. She has also presented a period artist's studio at a Early American, 16th century Scottish and Renaissance reenactments. See more »

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