Cuban Food Stories / 80 min / 4K / Cuba-USA 2018 / Teaser

Cuban Food Stories is the first feature length documentary about food, society, and culture on the island of Cuba. Over the course of 45 days, we went on a road-trip adventure all around the island to discover the authentic Cuban cuisine. We had unprecedented access to regions that are so remote that you can only get there by raft, horseback, or swimming. Over and over, from the middle of nowhere to the big cities, we found authentic Cuban stories surrounding food. Postproduction was successfully funded by a Kickstarter campaign. Premiered in Kino Berlinale, it has been exhibit at a dozen of Festivals all over the world.

Twirling Eva. Feature Length Film in development / Teaser
The monotonous life of a Cuban-Russian young woman that lives in semi permanent vacation at Coney Island, NY, is disturbed by some encounters that change her life. Feature Film shot in a documentary style.

Documentary Cinematography Reel / 2017

Garage Rendevouz / 70 min / 4K / USA 2017 / Trailer

In 2015 the oldest flea market in New York city was permanently closed due to the expired lease of the garage parking where it took place for 25 years. This feature length documentary was shot along 2004 the year before the shutdown. A portrait of a forgotten space and the peculiar characters surrounding it.

Call Me Lucky / 50 min / 4K / USA 2019 / Excerpt Scenes (in development)

Henry Schloss, a young Holocaust survivor who lost every member of his family in the camps, develops the obsession of filming his son once he becomes a father. Inside, however, he struggles with undiagnosed Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. 

Domingo / 11.5 min / Cuba 2010

Experimental documentary exercise for the Camping Documentary workshops at EICTV Escuela Internacional de Cine y Televisión de San Antonio de los Baños.

Me Japanese / 40 min / USA, 2016 / Excerpt Scenes Me, Japanese is the story of Jose Kozer, one of the foremost Cuban poet of his generation and his search for the truth about his identity as an expatriate. "Identity is a jail" is a phrase that he asserts as he challenges us to also question our own definition of identity. But who is Kozer; is he a literary genius or an outsider finding sanctuary in his daring poems? This project was awarded the 2015 Wavemaker grant sponsored by the Knight Foundation, Miami-Dade Cultural Affairs and the Andy Warhol Foundation with a successfully funded Indiegogo campaign for post production. Recently, we held a public screening of the rough cut by invitation of the Miami Jewish Film Festival