Name: Ashley Dionne
Address: 4736 Atkins Road
North Street, MI
(Willing to move anywhere)
Most Recent: University of Michigan
Fall 2007-Winter 2009 (Graduated with a Bachelor’s in Film )
Major: Film (Learned many different aspects of production, theory, and film history, but concentrated on screenwriting). I also have a great interest in casting.
Eastern Michigan University
Fall 2006-Winter 2007 (Transferred to The University of Michigan)
Major: Electronic Media with concentration in film.
St. Clair County Community College
Fall 2005 to Winter 2006 (Transferred to Eastern Michigan University)
Filled general requirements
High School: Port Huron High School (Graduated in 2005)
Film critique: Web series “Hop on Pop Culture.”
Written three screenplays entitled Those Girls, Good Grief, and Singing Swans.
Completed short films:
A Parody Project called “Michigan People.”
Cashier: Summer 2007
Sales & Marketing Assistant/ Receptionist
Blue Water Area Chamber of Commerce
Lectured a teen group on film production of the S.O.N.S. Media Project (Volunteer Work)
-Contact Kim Slowinski
Favorite movie genres:
I enjoy dramas mostly, but I like films from every genre. My favorite directors include Darren Aronofsky, Sofia Coppola, Richard Kelly, Milos Forman, and M. Night Shyamalan, Joel Cohen and Tony Scott.
Favorite screenwriters include: The above directors, Nancy Oliver, Scott Rosenberg, Alan Ball, Burr Steers, and The Cohen Brothers.
Hobbies, and other interests:
Writing poetry and songs, music, singing, playing sports, playing video games and spending time with friends.
Blue Water Area Chamber of Commerce (President)
Blue Water Area Chamber of Commerce (Sales & Marketing)
Kim Slowinski of Comcast (S.O.N.S. Media Project of Port Huron)
Professor of production, Avant-garde studies, and documentary production and studies at The University of Michigan.
Sheila C. Murphy
Screen Arts and Cultures Advisor, and Professor of Digital Media (Theory and Studies) at The University of Michigan
Professor of Screenplay as Literature and Production at The University of Michigan