Using art, media and advocacy filmmaker Phyllis Stuart galvanizes others to help preserve wild places and wildlife.Wild DaZe marks Stuart’s third documentary film. Wild DaZe premiered October 2018 at the 41st Mill Valley Film Festival and then in December 2018 at The Tahoe Film Festival.
Before creating Wild DaZe, Stuart produced several conservation campaigns including The Tooth Fairy Project, and an Elephant Daze PSA, for one million movie-goers in American theaters.
To promote dimensional female media images by applauding film and television that advances the value of women and girls, Stuart launched a grassroots charity, Women's Image Network, (WIN). Harnessing the power of media Stuart founded and produce The Women's Image Awards, collaborating with and celebrating the world's most esteemed creatives.
Next for WIN, Stuart created and Executive Produced an ABC primetime television special 50 Years of Funny Females,which starred co-hosts: John Ritter, Debbie Allen and Annie Potts.
Stuart then produced a popular and free, film industry speaker series at Paramount Studios. Then, WIN aimed to support independent filmmaker and for the following four years WIN produced The WINFemme Film Festival which programmed dozens of documentaries, short and feature films created by men and women but which all told a woman’s story.
Working independently Stuart has created two TV pilots, written ten screenplays, and produced four documentary films including Bert Stern: Original Madman, which enjoyed a US theatrical run from First Run Features.
Stuart also produced and directed I Think I Cannes, a feature-length documentary she calls a 'Roger & Meat Cannes'). With Sears as her show sponsor, Stuart (who began her career as an actress), next produced and performed her 90 minute, one-woman show she called A Raging Volcano Goddess to help benefit Gilda's Club, a cancer support charity.