DOCUMENTARY PROJECTS FOCUSED ON CURIOSITY AND UNDERSTANDING LIFE FROM DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES WHILE ENHANCING THE SENSES AND KEEPING HIGH-QUALITY CINEMATOGRAPHIES.
1. Exploring the world
2. Connecting with people
3. Having experiences
4. Doing storytelling with magic-realism
5. Changing perceptions
6. Playing with new technologies
WINNER OF QUARANTINE FESTIVAL, 'SO YOU WANT TO MAKE DOCUMENTARIES?
BEST INTERNATIONAL DOCUMENTARY, FEMUJER 2021
PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD, ARGO
“A poetic, personal tale with brilliant visual invention. Full of beauty, warmth and humanity" - Edward Watts, BAFTA winning director of 'For Sama'
"I found her gratitude for her family, the smaller things in life, and her efforts to overcome her anxiety touching - and her approach to the edit is interesting and ambitious" - Jonathan Stadlen, MD, Knickerbockerglory Productions
"Honest, poignant and inventive. A thought-provoking and very personal representation of the impact this extraordinary global event is having on everday existence" - Nic Guttridge, Documentary Story Consultant/ 'So You Want to Make Documentaries?'
HOW TO BE A REBEL
The story of Suresh Singh, an open-hearted character that describes himself as a Cockney Sikh. He was born in Brick Lane in the late ’50s when the area was filthy and dangerous. His father was one of the first immigrants that came from India to England. He was a Sikh that taught Suresh how to be a rebel, questions the status quo, and be his true self. In this documentary, he reveals his rebel philosophy.
IN THE MEANTIME
A story about the loneliness and anxiety a mother goes through while sticking with the routine and the waiting for the forthcoming breakup of her family; the trial of the father that could determine his deportation status.
Runner Up, 2021
Creative Response Bertha Dochouse, UK