Hey, I'm Nina!
New York, New York
Nina Gielen is a writer, director, and producer whose short films have been shown at festivals in the USA and abroad. Her first feature project is currently in early development. She is a member and co-leader of the Brooklyn-based Filmshop collective, as well as a member of New York Women in Film and Television (NYWIFT), Cinefemme, and IFP.
Arts and Crafts
Projects I'm Supporting
Park Slope Moms
A high-powered attorney turned 'stay-at-home' mom regains power when she becomes the PTA President, but ruling with an iron fist sparks a co
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On Story Project
On Story shares passionate discussions about the creative process of storytelling to audiences worldwide for free.
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I AM NOT ALONE
After a diagnosis of ALS, a man determines to clarify his relationships: with his family, his community, with life itself
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2 WEEKS accompanies Tanya as she explores what it means to be asexual in a committed relationship and an actor in a “sex sells” world.
Before Homosexuals - Educational Outreach Campaign
From Ancient Times to Victorian Crimes
After leaving Earth in the late 80's, an alien returns to reconnect with his best friend, in a world now obsessed with technology.
STRAY Season 2
A bromantic comedy about a brash gay dude and a nerdy straight guy navigating sexuality, friendship, and relationships in New York City.
Millennial Renaissance Media
Join us in illuminating the voices of millennial women and people of color through high-quality multi-media production services.
A subversive romantic comedy about a real-life vampire and the IRS agent who audits her
When a young mother takes a risk to provide for her daughter, a stranger turns her transgression into a nightmare.
Bring Me an Avocado
When a violent encounter leaves Robin in a coma, her family ventures to maintain normalcy for her children while managing their own grief.
A Room Full of Nothing
In this Swiss Army Man meets Eternal Sunshine adventure an artistic couple's life takes a bizarre turn when they wake up alone in the world.
A young woman travels to the past, but when the things she leaves alter history, she must get them back to save the future.
"SURE-FIRE" - Development Funding Phase II
SURE-FIRE is a comedy about a NYC con man having a mid-life crisis who stumbles into becoming a movie producer to pay off gangsters.
Girl Talk follows Mia, as she explores the complications of intimacy, coming to a head when she meets an intriguing lesbian couple.
Suddenly unemployed on her 25th birthday, Jess struggles to find peace (and pot) amidst the unique obstacles of life as a Millennial in NYC.
All American Kids
Celebrating the many ways WE ARE ALL AMERICAN, this documentary/animated kids series transports young audiences across the country.
Welcome to Deathfest
Welcome to Deathfest takes a behind-the-scenes look at "America's biggest metal party of the year."
Pay to Stay
A couple take a mini-vacation to repair their relationship, unaware the AirBNB they rented may lead to their untimely end.
What if the NYPD was put on trial following the death of Eric Garner? Our Film tells the tale of the trial that never was.
About a Donkey
A quirky ensemble comedy about growing up, about growing old, and about a donkey.
Royally: An Original Series
A millennial burnout runs a private princess party company as a front for small-time cons, petty theft, and drug peddling.
Pair of Normals
An anxious, divorced psychic and a disheveled college dropout cross paths in NYC and struggle to put their disastrous lives back together.
Keep Me Posted
A biting look at the impact of texting and social media on the lives of three childhood friends.
A Queen For The People
Bob the Drag Queen's career is on the rise. Where the hell she off to next?
A NYC con man having a mid-life crisis stumbles into becoming a movie producer to pay off gangsters trying to kill him.