The Dreamers

In 2019, I directed and produced a short documentary piece called, "The Dreamers".

“The Dreamers” follows three young women (Joee, Kayla and Maya) living in Nova Scotia on their quest to answer the question, ‘What do you want to be when you grow up?’

Joee is an LGBTQ performer & connector, Kayla a community activist, and Maya an actress and artiste.

Screened at:
FIN: Atlantic International Film Festival – 2019
The Emerging Lens Film Festival – 2019
Halifax Black Film Festival – 2020
Mayworks K’Jipuktuk /Halifax Film Festival – 2020
The Black Cultural Society of PEI – August 2020


Producer & Director: Erica Meus-Saunders

Runtime: 9:31

Mr. Horizon

This Docu-Poem narrates a game played by time, time itself being a card played, that makes human existence both a tragedy and a comedy.

I produced and co-directed this piece (Hesam Hanafi, 2nd director) for Lunenburg Doc Festival; it played in December 2018.


Also screened at:

Halifax Independent Film Festival 2019

The Black Cultural Society of PEI – August 2020


Producer: Erica Meus-Saunders

Directors: Erica Meus-Saunders and Hesam Hanafi


Runtime: 3:52


Zamani Millar is an 18-year-old singer, songwriter and producer from Nova Scotia! She’s been racking up accolades, most recently The Stingray Rising Star Award from Halifax Jazz Festival 2019, and Best Atlantic Musical Score Award from FIN: Atlantic International Film Festival for her song “What’s So Great About Him”.

I directed and produced this piece in late 2019 as part of Story-Book Entertainment’s digital platform.


The piece also played at The Emerging Lens Festival – 2020

Producer & Director : Erica Meus-Saunders

Run time: 8:32