Finalist: 2018 Religious Freedom & Business Film Competition
Paper Dresses by Lizzie Chaplin was a finalist in the 2018 Religious Freedom & Business Film Competition.* A young fashion designer facing cultural barriers receives help from an unexpected source to realize her business dreams
Lizzie Chaplin began writing stories at age five – from short stories to novels to plays, she’s been writing ever since. As a screenwriter and producer, she is now transforming that passion into a profession. Lizzie graduated from Liberty University in 2017 with a degree in Cinematic Arts and has experience in various roles on many different film projects. Shadow, a short film that she wrote, directed, and produced, premiered in May, 2017. In free time, she loves reading and hiking.
* The Religious Freedom & Business Foundation (RFBF) and The Middle East Women’s Leadership Network (MEWLN) launched the Religious Freedom & Business Film Competition in 2017 to highlight women media producers and support freedom of belief. The goal of the competition was to create short films that showcase how religious freedom leads to innovation, peace, entrepreneurship and human flourishing in communities. The winning films will screen before world-class CEOs and UN level leaders at the 2018 Global Business & Interfaith Peace Awards in Seoul, South Korea, March 7-8, 2018.