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Media Production

The Spies Who Loved Me [in development]

Producer/Director/Writer · Inspired by an anonymously written Wikipedia entry mysteriously linking Yvonne Welbon to undercover CIA and MI6 operatives during the six years she lived in Taipei, Taiwan, The Spies Who Loved Me is an essay film which offers a thrilling exposé on surveillance, social media, and the impact of fake news in our lives.

American Pride [in development]

Producer/Writer/Director · A Black lesbian coming-of-age episodic series set in the early 1970s on the South-side of Chicago which follows the lives and loves of three women involved in the gay and lesbian liberation movement. Inspired by true stories and events. In collaboration with the Black Lesbian Writers’ Room.

Commuted   [in post-production]

Consulting Producer · Commuted is an intimate, meditative look at the life of Danielle Metz and the familial impacts of long-term incarceration. Directed by Nailah Jefferson.

How to Build a Library  [in production]

Consulting Producer · Two ambitious Kenyan women are on a mission to revitalize Nairobi’s libraries.  Directed by Chris King & Maia Lekow.

The Roadwork Oral History and Documentary Project [in production]

Producer/Writer/Director · The Project’s goal is to strengthen a new era of activism that utilizes culture as a strategyfor resistance, inspiration and survival through the stories of women activists, artists and organizers who built progressive movements through multi-racial, cultural and inclusive organizing.

Sisters in the Life [in production]

Producer/Writer/Director · A multimedia project centering out African American lesbian media-making from 1986 to 2016 that includes an archive, a book of essays, a feature documentary, and a website.

Change the Name · 2021

Consulting Producer · Student activists and educators from Village Leadership Academy campaign to change the name of a park from a slaveholder to abolitionists Anna Murray and Frederick Douglass in Chicago’s North Lawndale neighborhood. Directed by Cai Thomas.

Unapologetic · 2020 

Executive Producer · Told through the lens of Janaé and Bella, two fierce abolitionist leaders, Unapologetic is a deep look into the Movement for Black Lives, from the police murder of Rekia Boyd to the election of Mayor Lori Lightfoot.  Directed by Ashley O’Shay..

Mama Gloria · 2020

Producer · An intimate portrait of a trailblazing 73-year-old black transgender activist who transitioned before Stonewall, started a charm school for transgender youth in her 60s and is aging with joy and grace.  Directed by Luchina Fisher.

Queenie · 2020

Executive Producer · Queenie Lawrence, a 73-year-young Black Lesbian and resident of the Marcy Projects, navigates applying for the Stonewall Houses, NYC’s first LGBT Elder affordable housing.  Directed by Cai Thomas.

American Factory · 2019

Consulting Producer · New life roars into an Ohio town when a Chinese billionaire buys an abandoned GM plant and sets up manufacturing, hiring a 2000 blue-collar Americans. Directed by Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert.

It’s About Time · 2016

Producer – Five short films produced for TedWomen 2016 and distributed on Lifetime Digital.

The New Black · 2013

Producer/Outreach Director ·An award-winning documentary directed by Yoruba Richen that captures the complex intersection between faith, racial justice and LGBT rights. Awarded grants from ITVS, Tribeca, Ford, Arcus and Sundance. Winner of AFI Docs, Frameline & Philly Q Fest Best Documentary Audience Awards. Premiered at Los Angeles FilmFestival June 2013. Nationally broadcast on the PBS series Independent Lens – June 2014 www.newblackfilm.com

Takin’Place 2015

Producer · Cyrus Dowlatshahi’s observational documentary about the south-side of Chicago. www.takinplacemovie.com

Real Black · 2011

Producer · Conducted 19 interviews in Greensboro, Orlando, New York, Chicago, Atlanta and Montgomery, AL with “middle” Black Americans focused on what it is to be Black in America today for Breakthrough Marketing Technology and Burrell Communications

SCALE: Ending the Bush Agenda in the Media Age  · 2008

Producer · Director Alexandra Juhasz, follows her sister, author and activist, Antonia Juhasz as she demonstrates a scale-shift, by quickly elevating in the media’s attention with the release of her book The Bush Agenda: Taking Over the World One Economy at a Time.  http://alexandrajuhasz.com/scale/index.php

Garbage! The Revolution Starts at Home  ·  2007

Producer · Andrew Nisker’s odyssey of a family of five who agrees to keep every scrap of garbage they create for three months. Nisker shows us where it all goes and how it affects the world. More than 1,000 communities have screened the film worldwide and over 200 schools, universities and colleges have bought the film. Broadcast on The Documentary Channel (CBC), Radio Canada and TVO and the Sundance Channel Festival premiere: Hot Docs International Film Festival http://andrewnisker.com

Water Front · 2007

Associate Producer · The story of the community of Highland Park, MI and their determination to fight the seemingly inevitable path to water privatization.  Directed by Liz Miller http://www.waterfrontmovie.com/

A Lion in the House · 2006  

Consulting Editor. A documentary which follows the stories of five exceptional children and their families as they battle pediatric cancer. Directed by Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert. World Premiere – Sundance 2006.

Sisters in Cinema  ·  2003

Producer/Writer/Director · A documentary historical overview of the lives and the films of African American women feature film directors from the early part of the 20th century to the early part of the 21st. Screened in over 50 film festivals and venues around the world. Winner Best Documentary African Diaspora Film Festival- Audience Award. Received the inaugural St. Louis International Film Festival – Women in Film Award. Broadcast on Starz! Encore, TV-ONE  www.sistersincinema.com

The Taste of Dirt  ·  2002

Director · AFI Directing Workshop for Women narrative short exploring issues of race and class experienced by 7-year-old African American girls on the school playground. Nationally broadcast on PBS.

That’s My Face/É Minha Cara · 2001

Co-Producer · A documentary exploring black identity in the USA, Brazil and Africa. The film follows the spiritual journey of black queer filmmaker, Thomas Allen Harris. Toronto International Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, Berlin Film Festival.

Stray Dogs  ·  2001

Producer · Set in 1958 and adapted and directed by Catherine Crouch from the award-winning stage play by Julie Jensen, Stray Dogs is a Southern gothic feature film about the last night of a bad marriage. Starring Guinevere Turner and Bill Sage.  World Premiere – The New Festival – June 2001.

Stranger Inside · 2001

Associate Producer · Cheryl Dunye’s feature film, set on the campus of a state correctional facility, is the story of a young African American woman, trying to reconnect with her long-estranged mother, on the inside. World Premiere – Sundance 2001. HBO broadcast premiere June 2001.

Compensation  · 1999

Associate Producer/Assistant Director · A love story between two couples set at the beginning and end of the century directed by Zeinabu irene Davis. Dramatic competition – Sundance 2000. Nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for best first feature under $500,000. Broadcast on Sundance Channel, BET

Living with Pride: Ruth C. Ellis @ 100 ·  1999

Producer/Writer/Director · Ruth C. Ellis was born July 23, 1899  and was thought to be the oldest known ‘out’ African American lesbian. Her story offers a rare opportunity to experience a century of our history as lived by one inspiring woman. Winner of 10 Best Documentary Awards. Screened in over 100 film festivals, conferences and venues around the world including the 2000 Biennial at The Whitney Museum of American Art. Broadcast on the Sundance Channel, KQED, WNET, WTTW, WHYY.

Split Screen ·  1997 -1999

Segment Producer · Created newsmagazine segments for John Pierson’s show about independent filmmaking which aired on Bravo and the Independent Film Channel.

Mother of the River · 1995 

Associate Producer/Production Manager ·  An ITVS funded awarding winning children’s film by Zeinabu irene Davis which focuses on the relationship between a young slave girl and a magical Harriet-Tubman-like woman who she meets on the plantation. PBS broadcast 1995. BET/Encore! 1998.

Remembering Wei Yi-fang, Remembering Myself… · 1995

Producer/Writer/Director · A witty and original autobiographical documentary about coming-to-terms with race, culture and self. My six-year stay in Taiwan transforms my understanding of what it means to be an African American and illuminates my connection with my Honduran-born grandmother. Winner: Silver Hugo – Chicago International Film Festival: Intercom. Winner: Best Film/Video on Matters Relating to the Black Experience – XIth Black International Cinema, Berlin. Nationally broadcast on PBS on POV in 1996.

Missing Relations · 1994

Producer/Writer/Director · On February 20, 1969, my mother gave birth to twin daughters. Six months later, their father “kidnapped” them. We never saw my sisters again. Missing Relations is an experimental dramatic documentary which explores loss and denial in an African American family through the story of my kidnapped twin sisters, erased from family history for 24 years. Awarded School of the Art Institute MFA Traveling Fellowship. Broadcast on PBS affiliate WTTW

A Clean Well Lit Place – Hemingway · 1994

Producer · Directed by Allan Siegel. Based on the short story by Ernest Hemingway.

Connecting People With Science · 1993

Producer ·Commissioned by the Chicago Academy of Science. Documents science educators and young students at the Chicago Academy of Science.

The Cinematic Jazz of Julie Dash · 1992-3

Producer/Writer/Director · In this inspiring interview, Julie Dash speaks about her background, training, vision and struggle to bring Daughters of the Dust to the American movie screen. Excerpts from her award winning films, IllusionsDiary of an African Nun and Daughters of the Dust are interwoven throughout the piece to create a portrait of the artist and her

Providence St. Mel   · 1992

Producer/Writer/Director · Fundraising video highlighting the achievements of the school.

Monique · 1991
Producer/Writer/Director · An autobiographical film which uses story-telling and experimental techniques to explore the shadows of my childhood memories. The bruised footage and sharp editing help to create the mood for my first painful encounter with racism.