Welcome

Jocelyn is a filmmaker in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Here you can:

SCREEN her two shorts, BABY MONITOR and LOBSTER.

CHECK OUT updates on her upcoming feature, ANIMALS AND ELEMENTS.

GET INVOLVED with the production or help the endangered animals featured in the film.

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Animals and Elements

Animals and Elements

Jocelyn's first feature film, a teen magical adventure about a girl and a wolf, will be filmed in New Mexico. Stay tuned for updates and for how you can get involved with the project.

Baby Monitor

Baby Monitor

The perils of new motherhood. The ghosts of the past. A possessed baby monitor. Can single mom Susannah survive long enough to find out what is going on? Winner of the New Mexico Filmmakers Showcase and New Visions/New Mexico, Baby Monitor is a dark comedy and Jocelyn's first short film. Click here to see the film.

Lonster

Lobster

Does your dinner have a soul? With Mom and Dad on the way and not a minute to spare, Bo and Raquel turn to an unusual judge to determine the fate of their tasty captive. Lobster won Best Comedy at the 2012 NM Filmmakers Showcase and is a winner of the Women in Film in Television International Showcase. Click here to see the film.

Hot News

It was a great joy to teach acting and directing workshops this spring at U.C.L.A. A huge thanks to my dear friend, Larry Wilson, for the opportunity, to his students for sharing their writing with me, and to our guest actors. I will post upcoming workshops here. Check back for updates!

Lobster wins Best Comedy at the 2012 New Mexico Filmmakers Showcase! For a list of the film’s upcoming tour and television airtimes, please visit the New Mexico Film Office. A huge thanks to Dirk Norris and the judges.

Great news! Both Lobster and Baby Monitor found global distribution through the Spiritual Cinema Circle, a subsidary of Gaiam/Vivendi. The aim of the Spiritual Cinema Circle is to get short films and features that have a motivational, spiritual, and uplifting message to a greater audience.  I am so grateful to Anna Darrah, who first saw the films in New Mexico, Suzanna Otting, and Stephen Simon, whose vision created a home for both of my shorts. It was great to travel to Boulder in October to film segments for the DVD.   For more information about this incredible company, please visit www.spiritualcinemacircle.com.