Jill Morley just finished the feature documentary, “Fight Like A Girl,” about women using boxing to fight their demons and empower themselves. It played at several festivals, winning “Best Documentary” at the Other Venice Film Festival, and was presented with an award from the World Boxing Council for inspiration, education and courage. “Fight Like a Girl” is still in the process of finding distribution. Jill’s critically acclaimed documentary film, “Stripped” won awards at festivals, ran theatrically in New York and LA, internationally and ran on the Sundance Channel. Other shorts she directed and shot played festivals such as AFI, and the Santa Barbara Film Festival.
Jill is honored to have her monologues published in several monologue collections by Gerald Lee Ratliff along with Arthur Miller, Steve Martin, David Hare,and Wendy Wasserstein.
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