Distribution Rights To Award-Winning Doc 'THE GIRL WHO WORE FREEDOM' Acquired by Factory Film Studio
Updated: Aug 27
Trailer for THE GIRL WHO WORE FREEDOM premieres on Factory Film Studio's YouTube Channel
CHICAGO, Illinois -- Today, Christian Taylor, director, writer and executive producer of THE GIRL WHO WORE FREEDOM, announced that the distribution rights to the award-winning World War II documentary has been acquired by Factory Film Studio, a vertically integrated feature film development, production, and marketing company with a catalogue of more than one hundred independently produced feature films from around the world.
Factory Film Studio released the official trailer for THE GIRL WHO WORE FREEDOM today on their YouTube channel.
“We are thrilled to partner with Factory Film Studio to share our incredible story,” said Christian Taylor. “Factory Film Studio is a top-notch distribution company and we feel blessed already to be working with them.”
THE GIRL WHO WORE FREEDOM began its film festival rollout last summer, already receiving awards including Best Original Score Documentary from the International Sound & Film Music Festival for Jeff Kurtenacker’s composition, Best Documentary Feature and Best Editing from the Boston Film Festival, Best Feature Documentary at the Lady Filmmakers Festival, the Emerging Filmmaker Award at the Chagrin Documentary Film Festival, Best Woman Filmmaker at Chandler International Film Festival, Audience Choice Award at Beaufort International Film Festival, Best Documentary Feature at Flathead Lake International Cinemafest, and most recently, 2021 Outstanding Documentary award at the Normandie-WWII International Film & Media Festival.
THE GIRL WHO WORE FREEDOM invites audiences to discover the untold stories of D-Day from the men, women, and children who lived through German occupation and Allied liberation of Normandy, France. Powerful and deeply personal, the film tells the stories of an America that lived its values, instilling a pride in country that is in danger of becoming a relic of the past. THE GIRL WHO WORE FREEDOM reminds viewers of who we are as Americans when we are at our very best. When we are standing up for those who are poor, oppressed, especially those whose freedoms and liberties have been stolen. It will be a reminder that individual and national acts of bravery, care and compassion have the power to impact others for generations.
Trailers, clips, photographs, blog posts, and podcast episodes about the making of the film are available atwww.thegirlwhoworefreedom.com.