A Feature Documentary Film
Producer, Director, Camera, Editor
A feature personal essay film in post production. When a debilitating illness threatens the life of the filmmaker and her daughter, her journey leads her into hidden realms, revealing patterns in her family and nature, teaching her how to live in this epoch of environmental destruction.
A video and sound installation in development exploring the human body as a microcosm of the Earth through the experiences of loss, illness, and healing. Sound installation by Bray Poor. Created with support of City Artist Corps Grants program, presented by The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA).
The short film Sing The Water Song engages women around the world to become keepers of the water in spirit and action.
Video installation and performance piece created in collaboration with Guillermo Roel, Mark Beam, and Bray Poor and presented at Studio 11011 and at Los Danzantes in Oaxaca, Mexico.
Feature documentary directed by Juan Carlos Zaldívar about how one family is affected by the rift between the United States and Cuba that aired on POV/PBS, won Best Documentary at the New York Latino International Film Festival and at the Festival de Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano in Cuba.
Producer, Director, Writer, Camera
55-minute documentary about Nicole’s relationship with her father who died of AIDS in 1993. The film won numerous awards including an Emmy for “Outstanding Individual Achievement in a Documentary”, a Golden Spire at the San Francisco International Film Festival, as well as two Cable Ace Award nominations. The film has aired on television throughout Europe and Asia and on HBO in the United States.