Jennie serves as Consulting Producer on the series               that was inspired by Paris is Burning. 

Jennie will direct an upcoming episode of season two of Pose on the FX network.

On November 19, 2017, The New York Times distributed a a pullout edition of the paper paper for kids. In the space where we'd typically see the date and volume number, the paper advised that this section "should not be read by grown-ups."  

Wesley Morris, cultural and film critic, compiled "12 films to See Before You Turn 13," and included Paris is Burning, about which he wrote:    "Jennie Livingston spent years observing competing enclaves of drag queens. Seeing her documentary as soon as possible means you can spend the rest of your life having its sense of humanity amuse, surprise and devastate you, over and over."


The list included Princess Mononoke, Do the Right Thing, and Die Hard.


Like the August pullout section on the total eclipse of the sun, this was a section of the newspaper that was print-only.

Earth Camp One was awarded two 2017 post-production grants, from the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) and from  Executive Producer Jamie Wolf.

Paris is Burning            to National Film Registry of The Library of Congress

On June 26th 2015, there was a                                                in   Prospect Park, Brooklyn as part of            Celebrate Brooklyn!

Jennie's drawings and photographs (Images from Earth Camp One)  were part of a group show in Provincetown, MA, at   

Up May 23 through June 22, 2015.

24 years after its Sundance premiere, Paris is Burning played at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival in January, as a Sundance Collection screening, with a brand new digital print.