Category Archives: Premieres

The New Yorker Premiere

My latest documentary, A LINE BIRDS CANNOT SEE, is now available on The New Yorker Documentary, a new platform which is presenting films that offer “uncommon perspectives on issues that matter to us now.” Please watch and share the film. The film is accompanied by an article by Sarah Larson: “Like another recent film featured […]

“A Line Birds Cannot See” to premiere at SXSW

For the past year, I have had the privilege to make a short animated documentary about a young woman’s journey from Guatemala to the United States. Culled from over 5 hours of personal interviews with E.L. (we are keeping her identity private for now), the 9 minute film follows the journey of a determined 12-year-old […]

“Trans in America” Series premiere on Conde Nast’s ‘them.’

Over the past year, I’ve had the privilege of meeting and filming Kimberly Shappely and her 7 year old daughter Kai, who have been contending with a rigid, conservative community in Pearland, Texas while they fight for transgender rights for Kai. I’m happy to announce this project dear to my heart has been released by the ACLU in partnership […]

“Love Maker Deville” Premiere

Back in November I teamed up with Nick and Josh Holden from Mishnoon Productions for an afternoon at C-Boys in Austin to shoot a video for soul band Roxy Roca’s new album. Check it out in Elmore Magazine: Love Maker Deville Love Maker Deville is the second video we’ve shot for the band, following last […]

“Bad at Dancing” Premieres at Berlinale!

Joanna Arnow’s short film Bad at Dancing will have its premiere next week in the Shorts Competition at the Berlin Film Festival. As described by the festival, in the film “Envy and emotion are given a surreal context. The question of borders and their necessity is raised anew. ” Cast: Eleanor Pienta, Keith Poulsen, Joanna […]