In post-production

Supported in part by the New York State Council for the Arts and the Brooklyn Arts Council.

Caroline Golum, Director/Co-Writer
Kate Stahl, Producer
Gabe Elder, Cinematographer
Grant Stoops, Art Director
Nell Simon, Costume Designer
Zach Clark, Editor
Sydney Buchan, Assistant Director/Liturgical Consultant

Julian of Norwich wrote “Revelations of Divine Love” in the midst of a global pandemic, a national uprising, and a societal shift in gender roles and norms. Our film borrows its title from her book and expands on her account with a narrative crafted from the historical record and speculative fiction.

Tessa Strain / Julian of Norwich
Theodore Bouloukos / Father Ambrose, Julian’s Confessor
Isabel Pask / Sarah, Julian’s Confidant
Mary Jo Mecca / Mary, Julian’s Mother
Inney Prakash / Hamlin, a Curate
Kersti Bryan / Margery Kempe

Watch the proof of concept, from January 2021.

NYSCA FY2022 Grant
Brooklyn Arts Council FY2021 Grant


Available on Tubi, Amazon Prime and Vimeo on Demand, distributed by Aspect Ratio Films.

When an eccentric playboy dies unexpectedly, his five closest friends are summoned to the family estate for a reading of his will. Each stands to inherit a million dollars, provided they unanimously agree to eat his dead body.

World Premiere: Sidewalk Film Festival; Official Selection: IndieMemphis; Sarasota Film Festival; Micro-Waves Cinema Series.

El Sereno

In development

Lookbook / Script

Supernatural crises arise when a talented, but unambitious ceramicist moves into a too-good-to-be-true apartment in a crumbling midcentury complex.

Caroline Golum, Director/Co-Writer
Dylan Pasture, Co-Writer


Caroline Golum is a filmmaker, writer, and film programmer based in New York. She holds a BFA in Film and Video from the School of Visual Arts. When she is not working for the man, she is usually watching, writing about, or working on a movie.

Film Programming: Anthology Film Archives, Light Industry, 92YTribeca, Spectacle Theater

Bylines: Film Comment, Film Quarterly, Reverse Shot, Little White Lies, Screen Slate, Filmmaker Magazine

Interviews: Brooklyn Rail, The Playlist
Podcasts: Self Worst, Flixwise
On Screen: Cinema Rules Everything Around Me, dir. Rachel Wolther, 2020