Recently Jason Harris talked with Noel Julnes-Dehner about her work as a filmmaker and her films, Coming Home from the Streets, and The Right Track.
These films tackle the difficult subjects of human trafficking, prostitution, and re-entry of incarcerated persons into society.
“[In her films] People see themselves…’That could have been me…I could have gone that path…’ People’s lives are complicated, twisted, they make bad decisions, and you realize that we all make bad decisions, theirs just had those consequences [prison, etc.]”
For more information about the film Coming Home from the Streets, please visit: http://www.noelcoproductions.com/films/coming-home-from-the-streets/
For more information about the film, The Right Track, please visit: http://www.noelcoproductions.com/films/the-right-track/
For a downloadable podcast of this interview, please visit: http://jasonsconnection.podbean.com/e/tackling-tough-topics-with-personal-stories-meet-noel-julnes-dehner-documentary-filmmaker/?token=b1f024e870d3bd5bc7fef05a16de4f69
Noel Julnes-Dehner is producer, director, and writer of the films The Right Track, and Coming Home from the Streets. An Episcopal priest, she has worked in prison, parishes, private school, retirement centers, hospitals, and as a writer and assistant editor for an Episcopal publisher.