Nina, an 8 year-old outcast girl with albinism, finds herself the target of a jealous classmate’s witch hunt.
Gabriella A. Moses is a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Currently Gabriella works as a freelance Director, Writer and Production Designer in New York City.
Her thesis film “Las Mañanitas” was accepted to numerous festivals and screening series including Sunscreen Film Festival, Cine Las Americas and NYU’s First Run Film Festival where it won Best Ensemble Cast, Production Design and Score and the Katra Film Fest Series where it won Best Film.
Gabriella was selected by the Hispanic Coalition of NY as one of their 2015 Rising Latino Stars. She also served as a Shadow Director for the 2015 ABC Diversity Showcase. Her feature film script for Leche was a Semi-Finalist for the Latino Screenwriting Project sponsored by the Sundance Institute. She has directed commercials, music videos and just completed two shorts for 2015 festival submissions: Sticky Fingers and Leche.
She most recently has Production Designed Tahir Jetter’s Sundance ’16 Selected feature How To Tell You’re a Douchebag. She also has Production and Wardrobe Designed shorts and features that have screened at the Tribeca, Toronto and SXSW Film Festival.