The Queen of Cups
Feature Length Narrative Film
Currently on the festival circuit
Sharon Ferranti and company have made thousands of commercial videos for Houston Area clients. This lighting company is the most recent, in May, 2021.
Houston Fit is a 12 episode fitness docu-series. Soon to be released on streaming platforms.
Documentary filmmaking is one of our specialties. Currently working on a feature-length documentary about neuroscience.
This video gained Float Babies a spot on Shark Tank. With over 50,000 views, it has propelled this company to a new level.
An MFA graduate of
The California Institute of the Arts, Sharon’s first film, A Thousand Miles, was seen in over 80 film festivals world wide, and received the award for Ten Best Shorts of 2000 from American Cinemateque. Her first feature film, Make A Wish, won Best in Fest at The Paris Women’s Film
Festival in 2002. Make A Wish is distributed by Wolfe Video
domestically and internationally.
As an editor, she won the Platinum AVA award for editing on Living Proof, in the category of religion and spirituality. Recent commissions include Telling The Truth in an
Imaginary Place, and We Are In The Business of Changing the World: documentaries about the sculpture and public art installations of Houston artist, Tara Conley. She is comfortable in both narrative and documentary genres and has created hundreds of projects for corporations and non-profit organizations in the South Texas region.