The award-winning work of Director Karen Borger. Awards include: 'Sugar'. Gold Award, Advertising Effectiveness Awards, The Communications Council, and also Weetbix '9 out of 10'. Advertising Effectiveness Awards.
May, 1961. While the US puts their first astronaut in space and a group of whites, armed with clubs assault Freedom Riders in Montgomery, Alabama, an African American Korean war veteran and his heavily pregnant wife encounter their own difficulties in the rural Southwest, en route to their new life in Los Angeles with only The Green Book to keep them safe.
Enjoy the Teaser-Trailer made to explore the visual style for the anticipated episodic series, Newsraven - The Crime Case of Audrey Corbeau.
'Why try to fit in, when you were born to stand out?'
Pilot Episode~ 'Bak Gwai' (White Devil).
A crime case set in Chinatown, Los Angeles, 1934.
Created by Karen Borger.
Music ~ 'Coma' composed and performed by Max Sharam
(used with permission)
Enter a parallel universe where feminine desires hold sway. In this world, balladeers Tex, Don and Charlie work in a dark, down-on-your-luck Song Shop selling their lovelorn songs to female voyeurs. A mysterious young woman appears in the realm, and her past slowly unravels as she listens to Tex singing 'Whenever It Snows'
Starring: Janneke Arent (Williamson), Tex Perkins, Don Walker & Charlie Owens.
Writer/Director: Karen Borger
Original Music: Charlie Owen, Gregory Perkins & Don Walker
Judy is 7 when the sudden death of her father starts a chain of events leading her away from the blissful innocence of childhood into the adult world of self-doubt and uncertainty, while also presenting the possibility for free thought. Judy challenges the status quo of adults with her own version of rituals, beliefs and finds her courage.
This music video clip created to promote the song 'Dreams Fuel Life' was shot in beautiful Northwest Montana.
The song was conceived during the Empowerment through Performance 2009 workshop held at Haymoon Ranch, Whitefish MT, USA during a songwriting session run by musical artist Tim Torgerson with the ETP participants.
Clip conceived, shot, directed and edited by Karen Borger
Share Your Voice Foundation presents the 2009 musical release of 'Love Is The Bridge To Peace'. The song was created by renowned Montana musical artist Rob Quist & the 2008 Empowerment through Performance teen attendees during the 2008 summer workshop.
Music Video Clip conceived, shot edited and directed by Karen Borger.
Teen Green is a video created and featuring the talented 2010 ETP Graduates at the SYVF Empowerment through Performance workshop in beautiful Northwest Montana.
Shot, edited and directed by Karen Borger
This interactive Disney website won the 2011 Internet Advertising Competition Award for Outstanding Achievement in Internet Advertising, BEST SCIENCE WEBSITE.
An educational entertainment site it explores key principals of science through Disney Theme Park attractions with Host and Imagineer Asa Kalama. Videos co-written, produced and directed by Karen Borger
Experimental Short/Trailer ~ Many centuries ago a massive meteor crashes to earth in the Uweinat Desert. Two survivors of this cataclysm; a Bedouin sister and brother discover a lump of strange meteoritic rock which proves to hold power beyond imaginings. Short-listed for Tropfest.
The Share Your Voice Foundation is a qualified 501(c)3 nonprofit association dedicated to the provision of the Empowerment through Performance Workshop programs and other arts-based cultural and educational activities. I established a non-profit, the Share Your Voice Foundation in the US, was President(2008-2012), Board Member(2008-2013), Program Facilitator, Educator, Media Manager and Co-Created the Empowerment through Performance workshop program, which benefits at-risk teens in Montana.
Join an odyssey into the unique, unchartered world of 22 Australian breast cancer survivors attending the 2018 IBCPC Dragon Boat Race Festival in Italy. Behind the event lie tales of personal, social, career and financial struggles plus relationship adversity. Seen through the eyes of Karen Borger, accomplished filmmaker, breast cancer survivor and dragon boat team member, the audience enjoys an unique vantage point to the experience and the story of how this elegant and quintessentially Chinese cultural phenomenon developed into a worldwide sport, and then, from one breast cancer survivor team in Canada, spawned a dynamic, forward-thinking International community helping women rebuild their lives.
Borger?s team, the Aussie Dragonflies, from mid-North coast NSW, is made up of inspiring women aged between 40-80. Already facing the sense of invisibility and irrelevance in society, this crew will push the boundaries of respect for older women. They travel from tranquil Australian coastal rivers to paddle down the Arno in Florence with 3500 other international ?thrivers? participating in races and events aimed at fostering awareness and dialogue within the large international community. The Dragonflies final race results in a thrilling moment of achievement.