Filipinx & Afro-Boricua
Filmmaker and Creative

Bree Nieves (b. Oklahoma) is a documentary and fiction filmmaker and producer. Her work addresses motifs of gender, faith, southern culture, and the asian and black diaspora in the United States.

Currently, Bree is a Field Producer for the Longform Documentary Team at CNN. 

She is a 2022 Sundance Institute Uprise Grantee and a CAAM 2021 Fellow with mentorship support from acclaimed Director Steve Maing. Bree is an alumnus of IF/Then Shorts, the South Shorts Grant and Residency in partnership with New Orleans Film Society. She was mentored by the prolific Ramona S. Diaz through the Asian American Stories of Resilience and Beyond initiative. Her short film "Malditas," a co-production with WORLD channel, Asian Documentary Network and Center For Asian American Media is available on the PBS App.

More Information about Bree and Press hits here.

NBCUniversal x AAJA Emerging Producer Fellow (2022)
CAAM Documentary Film Fund (2022)
Flaherty Seminar Fellow (2021)

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