Kim Cummings wrote and directed the award-winning short WEEKI WACHEE GIRLS. The film sreenin in over 70 festivals around the world, earning three "Best of" awards and a nomination for best short at Taos in 2000. The film, distributed by, aired on SanFrancisco's PBS station and NY Metro channels. The Orlando Weekly called it "A keenly observed coming-of-age story told with affection." Her next film, FLOWER OF A GIRL, played inf estivals through the Northeast. Most recently, she directed THAT'S WHAT SHE TOLD ME, one woman's surreal journey to find her father, produced by Kate Greer.

Cummings has worked on over a dozen short films in various roles since earning her film certificate from NYU's Continuing Ed program in 1992. Her feature-length script of WEEKI WACHEE GIRLS won an honorable mention in the 2008 ONE IN TEN Screenplay Competition and that year, Cummings ws awarded a grant form Queens Council on the ARts to produce a reading of the script. Her one-act play, LUNCH AT TOM'S HAM AND EGGERY was a finalist in the 2003 Strawberry Festival. She is currently in post production on her first feature film, IN MONTAUK, a love-triangle that ends in tragedy. She received post-production grants from the Long Island Film/TV Foundation and Queens Council on the Arts for IN MONTAUK.

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Julie sits in the dark after a blackout in IN MONTAUK.

Short film “Weeki Wachee Girls” now available on DVD at

Current Projects:
In Montauk feature film