February, 2011 - THAT'S WHAT SHE TOLD ME Director of Photography Bobby Webster was DP for the film GOD OF LOVE which won the Oscar for best live-action short!
January, 2011 - IN MONTAUK receives a post-production grant from Queens Council on the Arts.
July, 2010 - IN MONTAUK receives a finishing fund grant from the Long Island Film/TV Foundation.
September, 2010 - Production wraps on THAT'S WHAT SHE TOLD ME, directed by Cummings, starring producer/writer Kate Greer.
January, 2010 - Director Kim Cummings is featured in the QUEENS TRIBUNE as she wraps on production of "In Montauk." See article here. Download the PDF here.
November, 2008 - "Weeki Wachee Girls" feature script wins an Honorable Mention in the ONE IN TEN Screenplay Contest.
April, 2008 - The 80's Dance Party raises $1100 for "Weeki Wachee Girls."
March, 2008 - Cummings is featured in the Jackson Heights Community Journal as a local filmmaker, raising funds for a feature-film version of "Weeki Wachee Girls."
March, 2008 - Cummings is awarded an Individual Artist Initiative Grant from Queens Council on the Arts to work with a consultant on a fundraising plan.
January, 2008 - Cummings signs on to direct THAT'S WHAT SHE TOLD ME, a delightful short about Carly North, a NYC painter. After an “other-worldly” visit from Johnny Cash, and the unlikely inheritance of an old Leisure Van; she is propelled on a surreal trip throughout the wilds of Upstate New York, to find the father she has never met ...
December, 2007 - Cummings is awarded an Individual Artist Grant from Queens Council on the Arts to put on a staged reading of "Weeki Wachee Girls."
November, 2007 - Cummings raises over $4000 from her first benefit toward the making of "Weeki Wachee Girls."
Praise for “Weeki Wachee
Girls” (the short)
"The one to watch is Cummings' WEEKI WACHEE GIRLS..."
- St. Petersburg Times
"WEEKI WACHEE GIRLS is a beautifully
shot film that expertly captures a hot summer filled with growing
pains and new discoveries."
– Image Out, Rochester Lesbian &
Gay Film & Video Festival
“The [short films] that stick
with me are WEEKI WACHEE GIRLS by Kim Cummings, a coming of age
story with wonderfully self-possessed performances by three teenage
– THE ROAD TO TAOS by Stuart Hynson
Culpepper, Film Threat Magazine
“A keenly observed coming-of-age
story told with affection.”
– Orlando Weekly