Spitting Game: The College Hook Up Culture
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Spitting Game: The College Hook Up Culture

De Forest, Wisconsin, United States

De Forest, Wisconsin, United States
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Denice Evans did a fantastic job. Her discussion with students could have been potentially uncomfortable and awkward but she was relatable and open which made discussion flow beautifully. Students had the opportunity to share their take or opinion on the subject. Every seat in the room was taken, with many sitting on the floor. Denice held student’s attention with her captivating documentary and following dynamic discussion. The Elon community really benefitted from Ms. Evan’s visit. - Elon Univeristy

The film itself was provocative and very thorough in terms of both her research and her footage of regular college students speaking openly about their hook up activity. The discussion that followed was SUPERB. The students asked a number of questions about the filmmaking, and then launched into a surprisingly frank, and insightful conversation with one another about sexuality, gender roles, expectations, the male role in so called, ‘Hook Up Culture’ and alcohol. This program is a must-see! - Tufts University


About Denice Evans:
Denice Ann Evans, CEO of J’Hue Film Productions is the writer/director of an award-winning documentary entitled, "Spitting Game: The College Hook Up Culture." Her documentary was selected for its world premiere at the prestigious Boston Film Festival. Denice is a highly requested speaker on college & high school campuses. She has appeared on national television and webinars as a guest-expert on the subject of college hook ups. Denice is a graduate of Emory University where she received her degree in English/Creative Writing and Film, summa cum laude. In addition to being a filmmaker, she is also a mother of two sons, and a published journalist. Through her advocacy and work as a documentary filmmaker, Denice hopes to create an environment for pro-active dialogues to emerge that encompasses gender violence, alcohol and other drugs, social ethics, and healthy relationship strategies.



Not only does this program create a dynamic forum for eliciting pro-active conversations, but it raises crucial questions about gender politics, public health issues and sexual ethics on campuses today. The program can be adapted for religious schools, sororities and fraternities, conservative schools, health services, orientation, etc. Especially popular during National Campus Safety Awareness Month, Domestic and Sexual Violence Month and Alcohol Awareness Week.