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House
of june

Where:

Atlanta, GA

Bio:

Amber L.N. Bournett is a military brat, artist, science fiction enthusiast, cinematographer, and director. She co-founded indie art film-house, House of June, with Ebony Blanding in 2013, while studying Film and video at Georgia State University.

Her love of film began during the plastic Disney VHS Box Collection era. Initially visually expressing through oil paint and brushes since childhood, Bournett then a fine art painter, began studying as a cinematographer. Canvases soon transitioned to cameras through necessity and growth. A lack of representation of black existence in film called her to become a filmmaker and also curator of the cinematic arts.

Ebony Blanding is a blooming filmmaker and screenwriter from Atlanta, GA.

In summer of 2013, Blanding formed indie art film house, House of June, with a burgeoning filmmaker and fellow film student, Amber L.N. Bournett, to create content to address a void of women and people of color in film living in fullness and colorfully in modern context. Using authorial cinematographic expressiveness to create more thoughtful characters and artfully crafted visuals, Blanding has written, produced and co-directed award winning short films and web series content on subject matters that are often considered taboo and advocate for the narratives of those who are largely marginalized by mainstream media.

Work:

House of June Facebook


Featured Works

Sloane & Akiba:

The Summer is Ours is one concept visual of many, hatched from House of June's feature length script: Fried Ice-Cream, a coming-of-age story of young mavericks, encapsulated within a tale of summertime’s vibrant adventures and Catch-22s.

The Summer is Ours:

The Summer is Ours is one concept visual of many, hatched from House of June's feature length script: Fried Ice-Cream, a coming-of-age story of young mavericks, encapsulated within a tale of summertime’s vibrant adventures and Catch-22s.