Director Joy E. Reed brings over a decade of experience in documentary, and has been on the creative team of a number of films that have premiered at Sundance, including BUCK (Audience Award), and HOW TO DANCE IN OHIO. Joy is a principal of Oh, MY! Productions®, and their work has been broadcast on PBS, HBO, and other festivals worldwide.
Director Dan Hunt brings over 25 years of filmmaking experience focusing on gender, sexuality, aging, and prison reform. His award winning work has broadcast on PBS, ABC, Logo, Netflix, and WEtv and screened at festivals including SxSW, Woodstock, NewFest and Rio International. Hunt has worked as a programmer for the Tribeca Film Festival and is on faculty at Marymount Manhattan College.
Composer Peter Rundquist’s work has appeared on PBS and the Sundance Film Festival. His collaborations in music include Taj Mahal, Corey Harris, B.B. King and Philip Glass’ label Point Records.
Cinematographer Rob Featherstone has shot documentaries for the Discovery and History networks. “Forensics you Decide” which aired on MSNBC won a Cine Golden Eagle. “The Artificial Leaf” won 2nd place in the Focus Forward Film Festival. “Requiem for the American Dream” and “Indian Point” premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, and the documentary “Love Gilda” was the opening film at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival.
Cinematographer Owen Strock is a native New Yorker and a 10-year veteran of the NYC film world. He was the DP for the NYTimes acclaimed The Lost Arcade, and has shot everywhere from the mines of Tanzania to the mountains of Nepal. He is a graduate of Middlebury College.
A film by Joy E. Reed and Dan Hunt
A loving and insightful portrait of two transgender siblings — Luca and Ren — and their parents, set in the changing social climate during the Trump presidency. Little Miss Westie takes audiences behind the scenes as the family navigates puberty, school, dating and more as the children begin living in their authentic genders and Ren participates in the Lil’ Miss Westie Pageant.