Jordan Noël Hawkes

Jordan Noël Hawkes has produced documentaries, features and commercials, cultural events, and art-based education programs, in Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Uruguay, and the US. She is the producer of the 2021 film Street Heroines, a first-of-its-kind film that traces the history of women in the graffiti and street art movement, which has been shown at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Moniker Art Fair, Starz, and at other venues worldwide.

She currently manages Lovett Stories & Strategies in their distribution and educational outreach of a variety of independent documentary films directed by Joseph Lovett, a Peabody Award-winning and Emmy nominated director and producer, whose work entertains, informs, and inspires people to action. Jordan was also Associate Producer of Lovet’s latest documentary, Children of the Inquisition.

As the former director of Filmfort, the film festival of Boise, Idaho’s celebrated Treefort Music Fest Jordan used film screenings and production workshops to help strengthen the arts community and underscore the importance of cultural exchange. Her short film on samba and Brazil’s Carnaval culture, shot while living in Rio de Janeiro in 2005, is now part of the collection at the new Museo del Carnaval in Barranquilla, Colombia.