Kim Maxime Baglieri is a queer interdisciplinary artist, filmmaker and educator of Waray (Filipinx), Armenian and Sicilian descent, born in New York City and based in Lenapehoking (Brooklyn and the Hudson Valley). Her work investigates ritual, the body, place/land, language and sound/ rhythm as sites of colonial harm and legacy as well as portals of reclamation, longing, meaning-making and remembering. In her work, liminal gaps created by loss of language and cultural practice time-travel and are transformed. Sound structures her films and provides her audience a visceral experience of intimacy and embodied presence. Her work has been screened at Doc NYC, QTPOC Visions and various other festivals and venues. She holds a BA from Bard College and an MFA in Integrated Media Arts from Hunter College.




2021 MFA in Integrated Media Arts, Hunter College, New York, NY

2015 Teaching Artist Training Program, Community Word Project, New York, NY

2002 BA in Studio Art, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY


2021 QTPOC Visions, Center for Fiction, Brooklyn, NY


2022 Tripvill International Film Festival, The International Society for Performing and Visual Arts, Brooklyn, NY, Best Documentary Short.

2022 FlickFair On-Demand Film Festival, Official Selection.

2022 Social Impact Film Festival, Los Angeles, CA, Official Selection.

2021 Doc NYC, New York, NY, Official Selection.

2021 Hunter MFA Thesis Show, New York, NY

2019 QTPOC Visions, Cinema Cobra, Soft Surplus, Brooklyn, NY


2021 Titze, Anne-Katrin, Eye for Film, “Resilience, Hope and Magic” Film, November


2022 LIGEIA Magazine

All images and video copyright Kim Baglieri, 2011 - 2023

with rescued son, Kushie, #adoptdontshop