🏆 Awards
📰 Press
  • NYS Film: Cidney Hue – Founder & President of NYC Women Filmmakers
  • Dread Central: Exclusive: Check Out This Glitchy OVUM Poster Ahead Of Its Premiere
  • io9: For this Astronaut, the Last Night on Earth Has a Different Meaning
  • Film Inquiry: Supporting Emerging Female Filmmakers: Coven Film Festival Report
  • Labocine: The Birth of Science New Wave
  • Variety: Reddit, Conde Nast Launch ‘Cyborg Nation’ Documentary
  • Fortune: Reddit Has Launched its Own Documentary Series
  • The Verge: Reddit launches its first documentary series
  • Dread Central: Exclusive: ETHERIA FILM NIGHT Official Lineup Brings BRIDE OF FRANKIE, C U LATER TUESDAY, and More
  • The Collider: North Bend Film Festival: Full Lineup Includes ‘Anna and the Apocalypse’, Netflix Doc ‘Shirkers’
  • Screen Anarchy: North Bend 2018: Final Wave Announced, ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE to Close The Fest!
  • Dread Central: North Bend Film Fest 2018: Final Slate of Films Confirmed For Inaugural Edition
  • The Austin Chronicle: Other Worlds Austin Goes to an Alien Nation
💬 Interviews & Podcasts
🎞️ Reviews
  • The 7th Matrix: “Odessa is gorgeously shot and beautifully acted with an emotional intelligence highlighted by the adroit writing and direction of Cidney Hue.”
  • Ms. in the Biz: “Director Cidney Hue’s film Ovum was a chilling look at women’s reproductive rights that made several in the audience gasp with heartbreak.”
  • The 2nd Sex & Th 7th Art: “Ovum (dir. Cidney Hue) is another sci-fi film with wonderful acting by Michelle Beck and a thought-provoking scenario.”
  • Stereo Stickman: “The fun and optimism that has gone into this project is matched flawlessly by the sheer professionalism and attention to detail.”
  • Atwood Magazine: “Already a musical bash, “Yas Kween” gets the perfect visual accompaniment thanks to Big Hair Girls’ Cidney Hue-directed music video.”
  • Science vs Hollywood: “…a very human story on how fleeting human connections can be. Some of the themes are reminiscent of Queen’s song ‘39 and the 2014 movie Interstellar.’”
  • Labocine: “Odessa is what a goodbye forever to the time you live in looks like.”
  • Kuriositas: “Odessa is a low-key and reflective look at one aspect of the human condition – the urge to explore.”
  • Mighty Mega: “Odessa is a lovely film that explores what it might be like to contemplate a 135-year-long journey to a distant extrasolar planet.”
  • Drive in Zeppelin: “It’s pretty neat how the director humanizes the City of New York…”
  • Wide Screen World: “You could call this Gravity meets Before Sunrise”
🎓 Teaching
🎤 Speaking & Panels
🍿 Festivals & Screenings