Kim Cummings

Writer/Director Kim Cummings’ first feature, In Montauk picked up seven awards including Best Director at Toronto Indie Film Fest and the Audience Award for Best Drama at the Woods Hole Film Festival. Richard Propes called In Montauk “one of 2012’s indie highlights.” Cummings also directed Kate Greer’s charming short, That’s What She Told Me, which recently finished its festival run. Cummings’ first short film, Weeki Wachee Girls played in over 70 festivals around the world picking up three Best Of Awards and is distributed by Buskfilms. Her experimental short, Flower Of A Girl, played throughout the Northeast. Cummings has received grants from Queens Council on the Arts and the Long Island Film/TV Foundation and was a finalist for the WIF Foundation Post-Production grant. She has also served as a juror for Queens Council on the arts and a panelist on filmmaking panels and grants panels for various arts organizations. Weeki Wachee Girls can be streamed online at Distributed by Kinonation, In Montauk is available through several outlets including IndieFlix, Amazon, and Vimeo. Cummings’ is in development on her next feature, a coming-of-age story about friendship and mermaids.

  • In Montauk (Trailer)