Heidi Ewing’s narrative directorial debut, I Carry You With Me (Te Llevo Conmigo), had its world premiere at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, where it won both the jury and audience awards in the NEXT section. The film has been nominated for two Independent Spirit Awards and will be released by Sony Pictures Classics in 2021.
Heidi is currently co-directing a new film for HBO on the silencing of journalists around the world. Previous documentary work includes Jesus Camp (Oscar nominee), One of Us (Netflix), Love Fraud (Showtime), 12th & Delaware (HBO), DETROPIA, The Boys of Baraka (PBS) and Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You (Netflix/Music Box Films). She is the co-owner of Loki Films, based in Brooklyn New York.
— New York TimesA tale of crab cakes and treachery, set mostly in Kansas, it’s less lurid than Dirty John, but more seductive in its twisty structure and unpeeling of multiple layers of deceit.
— Entertainment WeeklyIn Ewing’s hands and as anchored by two superb performances, Iván and Gerardo’s romance gets scaled up to an epic, a searing saga of the undocumented experience in which love is the binding force.
— The New York Times’One of Us’ is a small act of portraiture, but each portrait captures the pain of having a life upended.