Harris produced D. Smith's feature documentary KOKOMO CITY which is NOW IN THEATRES worldwide.
The film premiered in the 2023 Sundance Film Festival where it won both the NEXT Innovator and Audience Awards and was acquired by Magnolia Pictures.
The film made its International Premiere in the Berlin Film Festival where it won the Panorama Audience Award.
The film is a raw depiction of the lives of four black trans sex workers as they confront the dichotomy between the black community and themselves.
Harris's film F^¢K '€M R!GHT B@¢K which he wrote/directed is now showing on Showtime:
The film stars DDm, Kara Young and Catherine Curtin and premiered at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival World Premiere where it was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize and IndieWire named it one of the 10 Must-See Short Films.
The film had its NYC premiere at its sold out screening at the Tribeca Film Festival, and won many awards including Aspen ShortsFest Jury Prize for "Best Comedy" making the film Oscar-qualified.
Harris produced Dave Solomon's short film BRENDA AND BILLY (AND THE POTHOS PLANT) which premiered in the 2023 Tribeca Film Festival.
The film stars Santino Fontana and Sarah Stiles, along with Catherine Curtin, Julie Halston and Beethovan Oden.
Harris directed the new play BETROTHED by Mario Correa starring Tim Daly, Amy Hargreaves, David Hull, and Louisa Jacobson as part of the 24 Hour Plays on Broadway at Town Hall.
Harris is currently in pre-production for the feature film IN THE WAKE and the short film 8 MINUTES 20 SECONDS, both of which he wrote and is directing.
Harris is currently developing multiple feature and television screenplays.
Harris recently directed Niloufar Nourbakhsh's new opera WE, THE INNUMERABLE on October 21st at National Sawdust in NYC, presented by Center for Contemporary Opera. Libretto by Lisa Flanagan.
WE, THE INNUMERABLE: After the 2009 presidential election in Tehran, Iran, Roya and her husband, Siavash, become targets of the state for participating in nationwide protests against the election result. Siavash is murdered, and Roya is imprisoned and put under extreme pressure to record a confessional stating that her husband was a Revolutionary Guard force who was killed by the enemies of the state. The opera is the heroic journey of an Iranian woman who protects the truth in the face of fear and violence.