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Jennifer Msumba is an autistic filmmaker, author and musician originally from Boston, Massachusetts. Now living in a small Florida town, population- 4,803, Jennifer has become a prolific writer of both story and song. As author of the memoir Shouting At Leaves, Jennifer uses her pen to express those feelings that we all share but often find hard to express. Her work is positive, fun and upbeat while weaving a baseline of grit and strength born through adversity. It is worth noting that she is a member of American Mensa and is a Sundance Institute Fellow.
Best Florida Short Film
Like The Girls Who Wear Pink
Key West Film Festival
Key West, Florida
2021
Award Winner
Elephant in the Room
Wiki: The World's Fastest Screenplay Contest!
Online
2021
Official Selection/Nominated for Grand Jury Prize
The Fish Don't Care When It Rains
Florida Film Festival
Orlando
2021
Best Short Documentary
The Fish Don't Care When It Rains
Sunscreen Film Festival
St. Petersberg
2021
Official Selection
The Fish Don't Care When It Rains
Portland Film Festival
Portland, Oregon
2020
Best Documentary Short Film
Like The Girls Who Wear Pink
Vyre Film Festival
Official Selection
Spider
Tampa Bay Underground Film Festival
Tampa
Best: Hope/Happiness/Positivity
The Fish Don't Care When It Rains
Believe Psychology Film Festival
Best Film
The Fish Don't Care When It Rains
Easterseals Disability Film Challenge
Official Selection
The Next Shift
Sunscreen Film Festival
St. Petersburg
High School
Andover High School
19901992
Current City
Wauchula, Fl
Hometown
Andover, Ma
Gender
Female
Ethnicity
Bi-Racial
Has a dog named Lemonade
Was scared of Disney movies as a kid
Plays piano, guitar, ukulele and violin
Member of American Mensa
Featured on A&E show "The Employables"
"Stop apologizing for taking up space in this world. You belong here as much as anyone else."
-My Mom
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