These are the films I am proud to be a part of.

Having witnessed her brother’s battle with drug addiction, former child bride Laila gives up everything to help those addicted to heroin in Kabul. Laila struggles to prevail against an addiction crisis, an HIV epidemic, meager resources, and corrupt government in a country on the verge of collapse. (in production with Laila At The Bridge LLC)

Laila At The Bridge website
In a moving first-person documentary, a Chilean filmmaker confronts her impending blindness by chronicling her struggles and her return home, where she reunites with family and befriends a group of street vendors who teach her how to be blind. (in production with Storyline Entertainment Inc. and Maremoto Productions for SRC, YLE)

Shadow Girl website
A feature documentary that takes you into the world of women who have left home to work in Canada in order to support their families. (produced with Tiger Spirit Productions Inc. for TVO, OMNI)

Migrant Dreams website
The injustice of solitary confinement and the transformative power of art are explored in Herman’s House, a feature documentary that follows the unlikely friendship between a New York artist and one of America’s most famous inmates as they collaborate on an acclaimed art project. (produced for Storyline Entertainment Inc. for PBS, documentary channel)

Herman's House website
Resilience: Stories of Single Black Mothers moves beyond the stereotypes of single Black mothers to tell the stories of Nancy, Simone and Gloria. We explore their struggles, strengths, complexities and determination to build rich and rewarding lives for themselves and their children. (produced with Storyline Entertainment Inc. for OMNI)

Resilience website
Sedition is a 16-minute documentary by Min Sook Lee that explores issues around media and bias, and sensitive issues in the classroom. Sedition profiles two young spoken-word artists who grapple with issues of racism and censorship, and offer their thoughts on the power of poetry to effect social change. (produced with Tiger Spirit Productions Inc. for PEN Canada)

Sedition webpage
Borderless tells the story of undocumented workers in Canada who take the low-paying jobs that Canadians refuse to. They sew clothes in Montreal, clean high rises in Vancouver and build houses in Toronto. Their low wages subsidize our first world economy. (produced with ESL Productions Inc. for KAIROS)

Borderless webpage
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