Inspired by her childhood, her own family history, and the beauty of the earth, Bea has written and directed short films that capture the subtleties of childhood and the pain of growing out of it. On a whim, she also directed the live subway performance, Rent Underground.
A visual poem about the intersection of love and light, won first place in the week-long Symbiosis Film Competition at the Imagine Science Film Festival presented by the Tribeca Film Fund.
The story of Sam, a young girl who, with the help of the neighborhood kids, turns her backyard into a city of tree forts. This short film went to BIFF, and the Peekskill Film Festival.
A film about four sisters and the last night they spend together before the eldest sister goes to college. This short went to the Cannes Shorts Corner, was a Kickstarter Staff Pick, and premiered at the Queens International Film Fest.