Portraits in a Pandemic
Portraits in a Pandemic is anthology of portraits of Americans adapting to the pandemic and awakening to George Floyd's murder and the Black Lives Matter protests. All portraits are developed in collaboration with actors and for DIY methods of remote production during the pandemic.
Shelter at Home Alone
While quarantining during the pandemic, Sherry realizes the challenges in her life have prepared her for sheltering alone during a pandemic.
"Shelter at Home Alone" recognizes the self discovery people were experiencing in the first couple months of quarantining and acknowledges that people are having different experiences depending on their circumstances.
Starring Suzanne Richard with Karen Gundersen.
Big Muddy Film Festival
Monologues and Poetry International Film Festival
Moody Crab Film Festival
"Not a Racist"
Portrait of a woman who says she is not a racist after a video of her goes viral as told by her through her car rant.
"Not a Racist" is an amalgam of the white women who have emerged to protest masks and police Black Americans' activities. She is a portrait of the phenomenon of white fragility in the US.
Starring Louise Smith.