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IF NO ONE LAUGHS
AT YOUR DREAM,
IT'S NOT BIG ENOUGH

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Emmy-nominated Director, Jade Jenise Dixon, made her breakthrough in episodic television after successfully completing the Disney Directing Program. In 2022, she directed her first episode of TV for the popular show "Raven's Home," which earned her an Emmy nomination. Jade also directed two episodes in Season 1 and three episodes in Season 2 of the captivating urban drama "Kold x Windy." Jade was selected for the 2023-24 Directors Guild of America (DGA) Women's Steering Committee Squad Mentorship Program A program designed to "advance the professional careers of it's members..."

 

Before participating in the Disney directing program, and the WSC SQUAD, Jade explored her passion for storytelling by writing and directing her own independent film projects. Among her notable works are the feature films "TRUTH HALL," which received acclaim and aired on BET and Bounce as well as streamed on Netflix. It can now be seen on Tubi and ALLBlk. Additionally, her film "Dog Park" can be enjoyed on Amazon, Tubi, and cable on-demand services. Jade's exceptional talent was recognized with an award for her acclaimed short film, "Sunrise." She also directed a spec pilot based on her feature film, "TRUTH HALL," showcasing her versatility as a director.

 

Hailing originally from Omaha, NE, Jade spent her formative years in Atlanta, GA, where she attended Northside High School of the Performing Arts. It was during this time that her passion for directing flourished, as she directed a production of "For Colored Girls..." while still in high school. Pursuing her artistic aspirations, Jade enrolled as a Theater Arts major at the University of Miami, where she not only honed her skills but also showcased her spirit as a Miami Hurricane cheerleader. Recognizing her exceptional talent and dedication, she transferred to NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. There, she was bestowed with the prestigious "Presidential Service Award" by the Dean of New York University for her remarkable directorial contributions to stage plays during Black History Month. From an early age, Jade knew that directing was her true calling, and she has pursued it with unwavering determination.

 

Jade is a proud member of the Directors Guild of America (DGA) and currently resides in the vibrant city of Los Angeles, CA, where she continues to make her mark in the world of directing.

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