"Jack and Anna" is an MFA thesis film based on true events that happened in the early 1900s in Colorado. It tells a story of a young couple who live a happy life on their farm when suddenly a man from the past reveals Jack's biggest secret - that he is, in fact, a woman named Helen Hilsher. After the revelation Helen is put on trial for cross-dressing and same-sex marriage. "Jack and Anna" is an Official Selection of the multiple festivals including Regina International Film Festival, Breckenridge Film Festival, Sidewalk Film Festival, Catalina Film Festival, Fairhope Film Festival, San Jose International Short Film Festival, North Dakota Human Rights Film Festival, Lone Star Film Festival, The Richard Harris International Film Festival and LA Femme International Film Festival. It was selected out of 1700 submissions at the SCAD Savannah Film Festival, and was included in the "Global Shorts Film Program"; moreover, it is an Official Selection of the 28th St. Louis Film Festival in the...