About Little Voice Films

Amy Williams - Director - The Morrison Project

Amy Williams - Director

Little Voice Films was established in 2009 and is headed by Amy Williams, award winning director of the documentary The Morrison Project (Golden Starfish Award for Best Documentary at the Hampton’s Film Festival – 2003).

Amy studied film at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, in Durham, NC. She also directed the short film My Blood, and is currently working on several projects.


The Morrison Project

Jean Morrison on NYC Subway in The Morrison Project

Commentary on The Morrison Project:

“Audiences were wowed” – Filmmaker Magazine

“A gripping documentary” – New York Post

“Without a doubt, one of the most haunting tales of an American Family” – Films in Review

“One doesn’t watch the story, you experience it. The pain is so profound and the love of family so deep, so beautiful, that is leaves me gasping for air” – Matthew Modine

“A powerful look at the dark side of genius, as well as a riveting portrait of everything that is both seductive and destructive about the artistic life. Jean Morrison Mmay not have acheived the many glorious things he was capable of, but this lovely, haunting film proves that he left behind an extraordinary legacy” Mark Urman / Think Film

Celebrates the adventure and creativity of Jean Morrison as well as the crisis which befell the family in the 70’s and 80’s” – New York Times

Listen to Amy on NPR interview with Frank Stasio

Watch the excerpt from The Morrison Project below:

10 Responses to “About Little Voice Films”

  1. Dearest Amy,

    I would like to speak with you. Is it possible that you can contact us here at the Harnas Wildlife foundation and Guestfarm

  2. You know I love you. You are brilliant, bold and unstoppable.

  3. Amy, I’m so proud of you and the work you are doing. Being a voice for so many that are unable to speak. Sharing your personal life experiences with the consequences of addictions, drug, alcohol, sex with the masses, about your father “BEAR”. Keep me posted on what you are doing and where you are. Our paths WILL cross again my incredible sister.
    Love ya always,

  4. Amy your interview on npr was deep very profound lt reminded me of when you would talk about your father and l was to shallow and or immature to really understand what you have must of been going thru .I am very proud of your turn around in life and your Artistic success you are not the person you were 20 years ago you are allways in my thoughts even after 20 years you allways had a soft spot in my heart .and i am happy you found your salvation and so happy you and your father are together l wish you two well. I would love to talk to you if you have any time l hear you live in chapel hill with your father my ph. Is 443-642-1265 love to hear from you

  5. Amy is an amazing woman.

  6. Merry Christmas to the miraculous Amy and her magical family! I love you all.

  7. Dear Amy,
    I have a script you might be interested in entitled, “Off the Deep End.” It’s about a simple handyman in Seattle with profound ambitions.

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  9. Amy needed is a direct e-mail business address. Thank you,Nick Nitti

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