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March 08, 2016

Suzu Productions Releases ‘Facets’ on International Women’s Day

LOS ANGELES—Suzu Productions premieres its digital documentary series Facets today, on International Women’s Day. Facets  is a digital documentary series about groundbreaking women who have carved unique life paths for themselves. “Pursuing a creative career with no traditional way to succeed can be terrifying,” said director Yoko Okumura. “As a writer/director, this is a daily reality, and I genuinely wanted to know how the badass women I admire worked through their own adversities and pushed past self-doubt, to build a creative life for themselves.” Creators Yoko Okumura and Laura Noxon originally conceived the idea of the series the week they graduated from The American Film Institute Conservatory. With the determination to self-generate creative and singular careers for themselves, they wondered how other women have found success on roads less traveled. They then set off on a journey to meet these women, hear their stories, and share them with the world.  “From an activist mermaid to a pioneer porn star, a defiant skateboarder to the world's tallest actress, be inspired by their stories of living an untethered life,” reads the project description. The series showcases the lives of Hannah Fraser, Lacey Baker, Kelly Shibari, Courtney Cruz, Raven Fraser, and Lindsay Kay Hayward. International Women's Day (IWD), originally called International Working Women's Day, is celebrated on March 8 every year. In different regions, the focus of the celebrations ranges from general celebration of respect, appreciation, and love towards women to a celebration for women's economic, political, and social achievements. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. For more information, click here. The day may also be followed on Twitter and on Facebook. “It’s our goal as filmmakers to inspire young girls and women to follow their dreams, no matter what stands in their way,” explained producer Laura Noxon. “We’re celebrating International Women’s Day with our effort to encourage positive role models and supportive environments for ladies across the world.” All 6 episodes are released today, International Women’s Day, and can be viewed on Suzu Productions' YouTube channel and on the Suzu Productions website. Suzu Productions is an indie media company, which develops and produces stories with distinctive points of view for film, television, and digital media. For more information, visit suzuprod.com. The production company may also be followed on Twitter and on Facebook. For more information on Yoko Okumura, visit yokofilm.com; for more information on Laura Noxon, visit lauranoxon.com.

 
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