Meet Lila Green


  • 2017
  • United States
  • English

Feature Film

Rochelle White
Rochelle White

Meet Lila Green is a story of a domestic violence survivor’s ability to rise above her circumstances by giving back. This is an inspirational journey filled with growth, personal triumph, and the unconventional methods that include men as a part of the healing process and reinforcing each human’s capability to achieve their goals.


We monitor a journey of growth, personal triumph and the healing process. The main plot emphasizes the story of Lila Green, a domestic violence survivor who found recourse by giving back to fellow domestic violence survivors with a calendar called Hunks 4 Hope that raises funds for two grassroots sister organizations – Milagros Day Worldwide and Casa De Esparanza Para Mujares Y Niňos through the help of men. Throughout the process, Lila recognizes that her story is preventing her true ability to grow. With this in mind, she becomes inspired by the same programs her charities contribute to. In 2016, Lila attends the Milagros Day Worldwide boot camp as a participant. By following Lila, we introduce the male’s role in domestic violence both as a perpetrator and healer. As the film progresses, we will continue to monitor Lila as her personal growth and discovery leads her deeper toward accomplishing her goal of establishing Hunks 4 Hope as a successful non-profit organization.


MEET LILA GREEN is a fiscally sponsored project by Winter Film Awards. Please donate to support this project!

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About the Director

Rochelle White is a multi talented creative professional setting out to make amazing media that nurtures thought and intellect.

About Winter Film Awards

Winter Film Awards (WFA) is a volunteer-run and operated celebration of the diversity of local and international film-making. Our Mission is to recognize excellence in cinema and to promote learning and artistic expression for people at all stages of their artistic careers with a focus on nurturing emerging filmmakers and helping them gain recognition and contacts to break into this difficult industry. We pride ourselves on our diverse collection of Festival selections, allowing our audience to enjoy films they normally wouldn’t think to seek out. WFA is a minority- and women-owned registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

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