is an intimate documentary about an inspiring Mexican American dancer who communicates the impermanence of life through dance while juggling the roles of a recently divorced parent of a 6-year-old, a choreographer, and a primary school teacher amidst intensive treatments for breast cancer.

  • AWARDS

    • Winner Best Documentary, Fayetteville Film Festival 2020

    • Winner Best Screenplay, Cinema D'idea

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Feature Documentary 69 minutes

Released 2019  © RealTalkies LLC

For the sake of their twin daughters, an Indian adoptive mother and a white birth mother venture into uncharted territory with an open adoption, crossing racial and cultural lines.

Supported by

  • 2022 Chicken and (Egg)celerator Lab Grantee

  • 2022 New York Women in Film Fun Grantee

  • 2021 BGDM Sustainable Artist Fellow

  • 2020 DOC NYC, Only in New York Selection

  • 2020 Gotham Documentary Lab/ Project Forum

  • 2020 Sheffield Doc/Fest Meet Market

  • 2020 New York State Council for the Arts

  • 2019 Jerome Foundation Grantee

  • 2019 Center for Asian American Media Fund

  • 2018 Hot Springs  Film Festival Filmmaker Retreat 

  • 2018 Docs in Progress Industry Pitch

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Feature Documentary in Production

Anticipated Release 2023

The documentary follows a visionary oncologist Dr. Ravi, a team of stalwart healthcare workers, 6 patients, their families, and the uphill task of providing cancer care in a remote outpost in Assam, India. 

Supported by

  • BAVC National Media Maker Fellowship 2014

  • American Institute of Indian Studies Fellowship 2014

  • Lancet Development Award 2014

  • Benevolent Media Pitch 2012

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Feature Documentary in Post Production

Anticipated Release 2023

1001

1001 Breast Cancer Nights is an online portal of breast cancer stories from India: vibrant tales of medicine, myth, stigma, survival, romance, tragedy, comedy, and artistry. It will improve the understanding of the disease,  and quality of life for survivors.

 

Supported by​

  • BAVC National Media Maker Fellowship 2014

  • American Institute of Indian Studies Fellowship 2014

  • Lancet Development Award 2014

  • Benevolent Media Pitch 2012

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Web Portal in Post Production

Anticipated Release 2023

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