Award winning filmmaker Tim Greene, blind filmmaker and director Elizabeth and journalist Kevin Wilson pose for a picture, the three will be working together on a new film project that will hit film festivals soon.
Tim Greene, a popular hip hop filmmaker known for a variety of films and finding new acts, including Rapping Granny and the movie “Lil Homeez,” has provided free actor/filmmaker workshops in Los Angeles, Philadelphia and New York and Washington, D.C.
Elizabeth is completely blind. She was born with anophthalmia, which means without eyes. Her eyes are prosthetics and she also has cerebral palsy, but that doesnt stop her from fulfilling her dreams. Unlike most directors who rely on visuals when making movies, the ninth-grader from Delaware relies on hearing and her other senses. Elizabeth is believed to be among the youngest blind filmmaker worldwide.
At a recent event at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Library in Washington D.C. Tim Green interviewed with Elizabeth Harrington, a 4-foot-8, cute, incredibly witty and humble 15-year-old film director, who already has a children’s film, “Super Kids, Super Heroes,” under her belt.
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