Sue Ann Taylor

Film Industry Producer of the Year Award

Title:President
Company: Jill Frost Films, LLC.

Sue Ann Taylor has been producing award winning film and video for over 30 years and has received the New York Film Festival Award, 41 Telly Awards, 2 Emmy nominations, and dozens of other awards during a career that has produced over 600 Television shows.

Ms. Taylor, as President of Jill Frost Films, is the writer, director and producer of Charlie’s Christmas Wish which opened the “Borderland Film Festival in fall of 2018 and will be in theaters nationwide for Christmas 2019. Founder of Blue Heron Films and Georgia Production Support LLC, Ms. Taylor has offered concierge services for Georgia films in production including development services to films that need packaging and funding.

Returning to her passion for complimentary medicine and health research documentaries, Sue Ann is currently working on a Natural Health Network. Past success with Broadcast Channel Networks include the creation of Quilters New Network QNN reaching 500,000 viewers online monthly in the first six months. Sue Ann’s stamina is commendable as she was creating six more networks on the same model while at the same time managing three Atlanta studios (2006-2016) including Comcast.

At the helm of Blue Heron Films, Ms. Taylor currently has several films in pre-production/production: Hollow Heights, Etowah Ridge, Appalachian Summer, and Diary of the Dragon’s Daughter.

With Sue Ann’s sincere interest in Wellness programing she has been instrumental in the Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization for the last eight years. Producing a documentary about C Everett Koop, Surgeon General for the United States who was instrumental getting warnings on cigarette packaging for health and stop smoking public service ads on TV.

In addition Ms. Taylor is passionate about conservation, the environment, and serves as Chairman of the Bonobo Conservation Initiative Board.and the Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO) as she is always striving to make a difference.