Taking pride in being queer and femme, Sour Peach Films focuses on stories about female sexuality, portraits of individuals who are often forgotten or overlooked in mainstream media, and exploring identity within new contexts.
Our mission is to not only be diverse in front of the camera but to actively employ racial, gender and sexual orientation diversity in all aspects of the filmmaking process.
Chelsea is a femme filmmaker with a mission to cultivate spaces for queer creators to explore and expand the queer experience.
Chelsea’s producing work has screened at over 40 festivals internationally including the BAFTA-qualifying Iris Prize Festival, Academy Award-qualifying Outfest Film Festival, Flickerfest International Short Film Festival, BFI Flare, Inside Out & NewFest. Chelsea was also a 2019 Sundance Creative Producing Program finalist.
Chelsea’s feature documentary: “A Night at Switch n’ Play” which profiles the award-winning Brooklyn drag & burlesque collective Switch n’ Play, world premiered at Toronto’s Inside Out Film Festival & won the Audience Award for Feature Documentary at NewFest, Best Feature Doc at Trans Stellar FF, & Best Ensemble Performance at Fargo-Moorhead LGBT FF. The film has been featured in The Advocate, IndieWire, LOGO, & Pride.
Chelsea also works as an IATSE 829 Art Coordinator in TV & Film in NY on films such as The Photograph with Issa Rae & Lakeith Stanfield, Kong: Skull Island, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows and the TV shows Law & Order: SVU, Daredevil, Happy! and Billions.