Check out the Award Winning "The Cult of JT LeRoy"
Smoke the Pipe Dream, 40 min., digital video narrative, 2003 (writer/director/producer/editor).
"Grand Festival Award" for short feature at the Berkeley Video and Film Festival.
This film is a sojourn through Northern California that contemplates the colonization of our land and bodies.
Amanda and Denise pick up Norman and travel through real estate, beaches, bacchanals, highways, and
homeless forests. Starring Chantel Lucier, Kate Thompson, and Joe Rivera. Cinematography by John Church.
Music by Blue Gum Art,
Ernesto Diaz-Infante, and
more info on film.
The Slidell Story, 30 min. digital video documentary, 2003
(co-director/cinematographer/editior), produced by the Consumers Union.
This video documents the grassroots movement that prevented the Tenet
corporation's attempted take-over of a public hospital in Slidell,
Voice or No Voice, 10min., digital video experimental erotica, 2003 (writer/director/producer/editor).
This experimental erotic video contrasts the personal sphere of lovemaking with the external political landscape.
Music composed by Ernesto Diaz-Infante.
Honey and Eggs (the end of fantasy), 20 min., digital video diary, 2002 (writer/cinematographer/editor/producer).
This video diary documents the feelings and decision-making that occurred after falling in love with an Italian man
in Mexico and being reunited with him three years later. Kate Thompson travels with this film, too. Music by Marjorie Sturm and
Treehouse, 17 min., 16mm color narrative, 2001 (writer/director/producer/editor).
This mood-piece narrative explores a poet's psychic solitude and her evening with a dot-com programmer. Starring Kate Thompson. Music by Marjorie Sturm and
The Relief, 6 min., super 8 film, 2001/2004
This experimental film ponders the sensation of escape and satisfaction
when completely unwound in a foreign land. Music by Marjorie Sturm and
The Thread, 7 min., video and Super 8 experimental, 1998 (co-created with Michelle Cheikin: writer/cinematographer/editor).
This experimental video tours the internal and external landscape of a marginalized woman living in the Tenderloin. Music by Markus Hawkins.
My Espresso with Joan, 40 min, video, narrative, 1997
(writer/director/producer/editor). This conversational narrative was
inspired by My Dinner with Andre. Instead of two men in a fine dining
restaurant in New York, we have two women (sort of) in a café in San
Francisco. Rachel, a SF café worker, and Joan, a NY advertising agent,
discuss ambitions, relationships, and the state of the world. Starring John Church.
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