Victoria lynn Weston is a versatile and accomplished filmmaker who has explored various genres and mediums in her career. She is best known for her documentary “America’s Victoria, Remembering Victoria Woodhull”, which features the remarkable story of the first woman to run for US President in 1872. The documentary, which aired on PBS and was narrated by actress Kate Capshaw, also inspired Weston to create a dramatic film short called “FREE LOVER”, which dramatizes a key moment in Woodhull’s life.
Weston has also produced and directed other documentaries, such as “The Intuitive Factor”, which examines the role of intuition in human development. Her films have been screened at various venues, including PBS television, universities, and the Montreal Women’s Film Festival.
In addition to her filmmaking skills, Weston is also an innovator and entrepreneur who has embraced new technologies and platforms. She was the first to launch an online film festival, Zoie Films Festival, which showcased independent works from around the world. She also pioneered the use of mobile devices for film distribution, with Zoie Films Festival for the “cell screen/mobile devices.”
As the Founder/CEO of Studio Carlton, Weston continues to leverage the power of technology and works with a team of visionaries to develop custom Amazon Echo Alexa Skills for companies and brands to engage their audience on a VOICE platform with Amazon Echo Devices.
Weston is also a screenwriter and speaker who has shared her insights and experiences with film students at Georgia State University and with various media outlets, such as PARADE, Atlanta Journal & Constitution, International Herald Tribune, Creative Loafing, ABC Nightline, and ABC NewsTalk.
Weston resides in Atlanta, Georgia, where she pursues her passion for storytelling and innovation.