COMMERCIAL & AWARD-WINNING FILM DIRECTOR
Commercial and Award Winning Short Film Director
Whether it was a friend coming over after school asking what the plans were for the day, or on location in Hollywood - Wendy Pennington has been directing as long as she can remember.
Today she is proud to be producing and directing on a regular basis, providing numerous opportunities for actors, filmmakers, and tremendous talent in Dallas, Texas, and beyond.
"Dallas is overlooked, especially recently, by major production companies and it's up to us to show the world that you don't mess with Texas." - Wendy Pennington
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Scheduled to air on PBS in the fall of 2021
A short film, satire, about a teenage boy, fed up with fake news and conspiracies so he invents a device that can "change the world."
Since it's debut at the Lake Travis Film Festival in June, F News has been nominated for Best Short, Best Comedy, Best Actor, and Best Editing. It has also been accepted into the Topaz Film Festival slated for Oct. 2021 and is scheduled to air on PBS in fall of 2021.
Three-time award-winning short film
A funny take on what is acceptable... and what isn't.
Service Animal went on to win the First Glance Film Festival, a London Comedy Film award, and the audience award at the Topaz Film Festival. Directed and Produced by Wendy Pennington. Written by Stuart Glass. Starring Sharon Garrison, Steve Corder, and Wendy Pennington.
WINNER OF BEST SATIRE | PENSACOLA COMEDY FILM FESTIVAL
Winner of Best Satire at the Pensacola Comedy Film Festival
Long-time traditional artist, Reece London (Pennington), faces an ever-growing enthusiasm for contemporary art from the zany people who surround her.
Read the Review from Film Carnage: "The film very quickly takes aim at the pretention and passive-aggressive nature of art critics, forever with a razor-sharp tongue and words that sound professional but are thinly veiled attacks... Reece is a smart, sarcastic, and interesting character, despite her unusual addiction to bluebonnets. Red Dots is a nice dose of satire mixed in with a lesson about expanding your horizons and exploring your abilities."