Films

The World Can Wait  

Vic is a popular lesbian character in a hit television series. Her mission: to save humanity against evil. But when the Execs in charge of the show gather to decide her fate, she finds herself having to fight for her survival.

‘The World Can Wait’ is a parody of the Dead Lesbian Syndrome. Too many LGBTQ+ characters, especially women, are unnecessarily killed off on TV. We deserve happy endings.

*WINNER* – Audience Award, ClexaCon 2018
*WINNER* – Film of the Month, DSOFF, March 2018
*OFFICIAL SELECTION* – Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival, August 2018
*OFFICIAL SELECTION* – The East Village Queer Film Festival, New York, USA, August 2018
*OFFICIAL SELECTION* – GLITTER! Oklahoma LGBTQ Film Festival, USA, July 2018
*OFFICIAL SELECTION* – Festival Mix Milano, Italy, June 2018
*OFFICIAL SELECTION* – Pride Film Festival, Chicago, USA, June 2018
*OFFICIAL SELECTION* – Out Here Now, Kansas, June, USA, 2018
*OFFICIAL SELECTION* – Korea Queer Film Festival, June 2018
*OFFICIAL SELECTION* – New Filmmakers New York, USA, 2018
*OFFICIAL SELECTION* – My True Colors Festival, New York, USA, 2018
*OFFICIAL SELECTION* – Spring Out! Middle Tennessee LGBT+ Film Festival, USA, 2018
*OFFICIAL SELECTION* – Coventry LGBTQ+ Film Festival, UK, April 2018
*OFFICIAL SELECTION* – Five Continents, March 2018
*OFFICIAL SELECTION* – Hollywood International Moving Pictures Film Festival, March 2018

 

Dog Day – feat. Bella Emberg

I was lucky enough to have worked with Bella Emberg on one of her last projects. After a two-year run on a North American TV channel, I am finally able to share my short film Dog Day, which was selected for the Festival de Cannes Short Films Corner and received an Award of Merit at the Women’s Independent Film Festival in West Hollywood.

 

To Gina

To Gina was commissioned by Heart & Fire Productions after the company saw its very first theatrical performance at the Old Red Lion Theatre in London in 2006. The film version of the monologue was partly financially funded by Anthony Minghella.


 

Writing a Film for Leisa Rea

Fly-on-the-wall mockumentary.

After a minor exchange on a social media site, a writer becomes obsessed with a comedienne, and decides to cast her in her new film in order to meet her… to the detriment of everyone else involved in the production. After a minor exchange on a social media site, a writer becomes obsessed with a comedienne, and decides to cast her in her new film in order to meet her… to the detriment of everyone else involved in the production.