Dolphin Healing

A 10-year-old girl fighting cancer is inspired to live through her love for a dolphin. She becomes the leader of a small movement to save dolphins from tuna nets used by the greedy owner of a local fishery where her mother works. The girl becomes globally famous for her efforts to save dolphins, and gains the popularity that she’s always craved. She and her sister also grow closer. More

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About Jill Gurr

Jill grew up on Long Island, NY and has a B.S. in Broadcasting & Film from Boston University. She traveled extensively and is fluent in Spanish, French and Italian. For more than 25 years, she worked as a script supervisor on award-winning feature films, TV programs and commercials with major actors and directors, all over the world.

She has written 16 original screenplays and seven as a writer-for-hire. Jill adapted the novel Hit and Run by James Hadley Chase, which was produced as Rigged, starring George Kennedy. She also wrote a PBS pilot, "Socrates" as part of The Immortals series, which stars Ed Asner.

In 1996, Jill founded Create Now, a nonprofit organization that transformed the lives of youth in need through arts mentoring and experiences (www.createnow.org).

She published the book, Mentor Youth Now: A Guidebook for Transforming Young Lives (available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble). Visit: www.mentoryouthnow.com.

Jill resides in Los Angeles, CA. She's available as a speaker and a consultant in youth mentoring, and as a freelance writer.
She can be reached at: jillgurr@gmail.com.

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