As an acclaimed filmmaker, Honey has written & directed several films, including:
"Dot got Shot" - A major festival winner
"Happy Hands" - With Tippy Hedrin.
"Wives of the Skies" - Hitting the festival circuit in 2020.
DOT GOT SHOT
Winner of six major festivals including
BEST FEMALE FILMMAKER and the acclaimed,
WOMAN WITH A VISION AWARD.
She carries a badge and a bullet in her head.
Ever since she broke up a neighbor's domestic quarrel and left with a bullet lodged in her skull, Dot suffers powerful nightmares that are all emotion and never a night's sleep.
Exhausted, armed, and suffering from
PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), Dot is in a very bad mood.
Detective Dot Forman, NYPD's finest, a gem at her job, a loser in her love life who just can't sleep, has come undone...
1975. Saigon was falling and the lives of thousands of Vietnamese would change forever... Displaced... a new country, a new language, America. Opportunity... but not a home, not a job. A dream.
Hollywood icon, Tippi Hedren, gave her time and heart on the South China Sea, bravely helping Vietnamese refugees and eventually becoming a fixture in the camp known as Hope Village.
Miss Hedren personally conceived and provided the means for twenty of the first refugees to establish themselves as manicurists. Together, they brought beauty to the masses and established a new industry that became a Vietnamese American Dream.
This is the story of the Vietnamese 'nail worker.'
WIVES OF THE SKIES is a romantic dramedy, set in 1965, starring two stewardesses from Fine Air, a well-appointed airline, and the British writer who interviews them.
This new film from Honey Lauren makes a contemporary socio-cultural statement regarding the meme of "the good girl, drawn bad." WOTS clarifies the impact of the overarching "men's gaze" which objectifies women as carnal sex objects men seek, while they look for love. Along the way, addressing the primitive issue of Trust vs. Mistrust, WOTS displays the Japanese art of rope binding, Kinbaku.