Narrative Features

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In development: Screenshots.
A cellphone stolen on Christmas eve turns into a pandora’s box when used for blackmail. 

In waiting: Turn the Tide.
Unjustly accused of the accidental killing of a child, a young skateboarder teams up with a flamboyant transgender to ferret out the real culprit; that is, before the child’s mother goes on the hunt herself.

Released: According To Her.
Love, motherhood, and a musical career strike dissonant chords in this dark tale of a young Russian woman who tries to keep her balance among wealthy French expats in New York.

Festivals: Cinequest Film Festival (USA), International Film Festival of India (India), Imagine India (Spain), FIAF Austin (USA), Brooklyn Film Festival (USA), Moscow International Film Festival (Russia), All Light India (India), Las Cruces International Film Festival (USA).
Awards: Best Producer, Best Musical Score – Brooklyn International Film Festival (USA).

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According To Her official website:


According to her is a drama following Veronica, a young Russian woman who happily gives up all prospects of a brilliant career as a pianist in order to raise her son. Veronica’s choice will force her husband Paul, a New York stockbroker, to question his position among his highly ambitious circle of friends.

Paul’s cousin, Adele, who as a French bourgeoise exudes a kind of highbrow affectation that charms more than it alienates, is the storm that threatens to uproot Veronica. A high-end executive with a brilliant career and a child at a distant boarding school, Adele rages against Veronica’s choice and shakes up everything and everybody in the airtight French expatriate milieu in which the film takes place. The situation intensifies when Amanda, a competitive but charming French pianist, arrives for a concert tour in New York and falls for Paul.