WHITE PEARL PRODUCTIONS, OWNER
White Pearl Productions is an independent film production studio.
A creative activist, producer and author with a passion for films and special projects that benefit humanity. Over the past 13 years, her passions have taken her across the globe to Swaziland, Kenya, Uganda, South Africa and Mozambique producing a feature documentary, short videos for the nonprofit sector and various local and international projects. The first feature doc she produced about Swaziland, Never a Neverland (NNL) was awarded Best Humanitarian Documentary by The Women's International Film & Television Showcase (TheWIFTS). It was also officially selected into The Justice Film Festival in LA and had a successful two year run on Netflix. In 2017, she produced the very first Social Goods Market at the Justice Film Festival in NYC and co-produced the Justice Film Festival in San Diego. This year she joined the festival’s producing team and continues to produce the Social Goods Market. Caroline believes in utilizing the power of story to connect people, create community and inspire social change.
Q & A
WHAT BOOK ARE YOU CURRENTLY READING AND HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE IT IN THREE WORDS?
Currently reading the brilliant Brene' Browns book - dare to lead. Three words, well, how about three statements straight from the book?! Brave work. Tough conversations. Whole Hearts.
WHAT IS YOUR DREAM PROJECT/CLIENT?
Each one of YOU! White Pearl Productions seeks to co-create vulnerable and unique, artistic content in the shifting world of cinema. Through experiential film and events, and a collaborative spirit, we would be honored to share your story that will contribute to positive social change.
WHAT DOES BEING LIBERATED MEAN TO YOU?
Calling out the light in oneself so that you may call out the light in others.