CHARLES M. CLEMMONS

Producer/Director/Writer

Editor/Photographer

EMAIL: charles@wiltonwood.com

Producer, director, photographer & editor for public television documentaries, including The Eleventh North Texas Irish Festival,The Thirteenth North Texas Irish Festival, and River Lab: Environmental Awareness for All Seasons.

Co-producer/director, co-writer, co-cinematographer, and editor for the American Public Television documentary Mystic Voices: The Story of the Pequot War.

Producer, director, photographer & editor for performing arts, environmental, educational, and institutional documentaries. Link here for a list of productions.

Production associate for Connecticut Public Television documentaries: Kids Count, HOT Schools, and Mommy, Who'll Take Care of Me?, produced by Emmy® award-winner, Ron Gould.

First assistant director for Victor Duncan Film Workshop's 16-mm film production of The Ransom of Mack (O. Henry), aired on Dallas Public Television station KERA.

Award-winning film & digital photography. Link here for a gallery of images.


AWARDS HIGHLIGHTS

Television

Two New England Emmy® Awards for Outstanding Achievement-Program Writing and Best Documentary for Mystic Voices: The Story of the Pequot War, a production of Mystic Voices, LLC. Also nominated for Outstanding Achievement-Cinematography/Videography.

River Lab: Environmental Awareness for All Seasons selected for the Neuse Riverkeepers Film Festival, Raleigh, North Carolina; EarthVision International Film Festival, Santa Cruz, California; and Connecticut Film Festival, Danbury, CT.

Crystal Awards: Best Entertainment/Variety Show and Grand Prize Award for The Eleventh North Texas Irish Festival documentary; Cable Access of Dallas.

Film

Project Access Grant - Eastman Kodak and the International Documentary Association for Mystic Voices: The Story of the Pequot War, a production of Mystic Voices, LLC.

Fiscal Sponsorships: International Documentary Association & The Boston Video & Film Foundation for Mystic Voices: The Story of the Pequot War, a production of Mystic Voices, LLC.

Still Photography

New Developments, a National Juried Exhibition, Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York City

Gallery 26 East, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Carolina Portraits, one-man show, Catskill Center for Photography, Woodstock, New York

150th Year of Photography Juried Exhibition - Westport Arts Center, Connecticut

Images: Juried Exhibitions - Shoreline Alliance for the Arts, Guilford, Connecticut

Connecticut Artists Showcase Juried Exhibition: Westport Arts Center, Connecticut

Artists for Nuclear Arms Control Juried Exhibition: Arts Center, New Canaan, Connecticut

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, North Carolina State University

Master of Business Administration, University of Connecticut

Film Production Workshop, Victor Duncan, ASC, Irving, Texas  

Associate of Applied Science in Video & Film Technology, North Lake College, Texas

Principal Training in Still Photography:

The International Center for Photography, New York City

Catskill Center for Photography, Woodstock, New York

The Maine Photographic Workshops, Rockport, Maine


AMY M. CLEMMONS

Associate Producer: Broadcast Documentaries & Video Productions

EMAIL: amy@wiltonwood.com

Ms. Clemmons has primary responsibility for co-production strategy research & development and achieving a wider audience for arthouse, documentary, and foreign films through distribution and marketing. Her special interests include French and Italian cinema.

To promote an appreciation of non-mainstream cinema, she has participated in multiple film festivals, including Festival de Cannes, AFI Fest, the Toronto International Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, and Cucalorus Festival of Independent Film. She most recently held a manager position with the prestigious Full Frame Documentary Festival.

She was a producer and cinematographer for Hollywood Gypsy and an Associate Producer for Wiltonwood Productions' re-release of River Lab: Environmental Awareness for All Seasons.

In addition to her film work, she is also a disc jockey on the Gavin Award-winning WXYC 89.3 FM, the first radio station in the world to rebroadcast its signal over the Internet.

AWARDS HIGHLIGHTS

Center for Documentary Studies, John Hope Franklin Grant recipient for documentary of Rennie Harris Puremovement.

River Lab: Environmental Awareness for All Seasons re-release, selected for the Neuse Riverkeepers Film Festival, North Carolina Museum of History, Raleigh.

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Science in Biology, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill



Historical Fiction by Charles

Broadcast Productions by Charles & Amy

Video Productions by Charles & Amy

Photography by Charles

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