Metamorphose Films is an Atlanta-based production company founded by award-winning documentary filmmaker, Juliet Sonnenberg.

Metamorphose Films is dedicated to the idea of change in our environment and society through information, education, and vocation. Metafilms has produced award-winning documentaries, short promotional films, and is currently in pre-production for their first indie feature length film, The Beneficiary, a comedy based on an unbelievable but true story.

Metamorphose Films began its journey in the majestic mountains of Wyoming. Amid the breathtaking sights of the Grand Tetons, Metafilms created their first feature length film: the award-winning documentary Hoot in the Hole – the story of the Jackson Hole Hootenanny. Chronicling the famed Jackson Hole Hootenanny, a folk and country jam held every Monday at Dornan’s in Moose, Wyoming since 1993, Hoot in the Hole introduces us to the stupendous talent in this vibrant mountain community. This folk music documentary received an award for Excellence in a Music Documentary at the Park City Film Music Festival. It features some of the most talented musicians and best live folk and bluegrass music you can find, and you can catch it airing on Public Television during spring and summer throughout the country.

Up next is Methidemic, an 8-episode documentary that features the individual responses of specific communities to the methamphetamine crisis in the U.S.  Documented are the struggles of not only the addicted, but the families, medical personnel, and law enforcement answering the call to the worst drug epidemic in U.S. history. In this raw but hopeful portrayal, we meet the brave people and programs at the front lines of the war on meth in four states; Utah, Idaho, Montana, and Georgia. It is our sincere hope here at Metafilms that Methidemic will be a valuable resource for addiction education and prevention. Addiction is a problem that affects the very fabric of our global society and humanity. It is all of our responsibilities to educate and empower ourselves to join the fight!  Visit Methidemic.com

Metafilms has also had a lot of fun with the Zombie craze that has infected the nation and Atlanta in particular, with films and shows like “Zombieland” and “The Walking Dead” being shot locally. In that vein, Juliet Sonnenberg wrote, produced and directed a one-day spec film Zombie Juice, which is about an energy drink with precarious consequences. She organized a one-day shoot that involved volunteer local talent, film crew and several businesses in the East Atlanta neighborhood. Check it out and see some of your favorite Atlanta talent and locals get their Zombie on!

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JULIET SONNENBERG

Juliet Sonnenberg is a film producer and writer, based in Atlanta, Georgia. She started out working primarily on documentaries and promotional videos, and began writing in 2006, when she founded Metamorphose Films. She is now in pre-production for her first indie feature length film, The Beneficiary, which is based on a true story from the 1930s.

Sonnenberg directed and produced her first feature-length film, the award-winning documentary Hoot in the Hole – the story of the Jackson Hole Hootenanny in 2008. Chronicling the famed Jackson Hole Hootenanny, a folk and country jam held every Monday at Dornan’s Restaurant and Bar in Moose, Wyoming, the film received an award for Excellence in a Music Documentary at the Park City Film Music Festival in 2007, before its official release.

Sonnenberg’s next project, Methidemic, is an intense but hopeful documentary mini-series about the war on meth in four states: Utah, Idaho, Montana, and Georgia. In it, we meet current and ex-users as well as the brave people and programs that are helping them make it through the worst drug epidemic in U.S. history.

She also produced and directed a one-day spec film Zombie Juice, which is about an energy drink with unforeseen side effects. Sonnenberg organized a one-day shoot that involved volunteer local talent, film crew and several businesses in the East Atlanta neighborhood.

She currently resides in Atlanta, where she is a digital marketing consultant with her own agency, Web4site.net.

When Sonnenberg isn’t working with her team or taking care of her clients, she is busy with her latest startup, TableReady.net, a reservations, wait list and seating management system with an app that turns smartphones into pagers, revolutionizing the way restaurants connect with customers.

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