Hannelore (Williams) Gomes is an engaged citizen who cares passionately about human rights. As a filmmaker she seeks ways of talking about social issues in relatable and magnetic ways. She earned her BFA in Film & Television at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Based in Los Angeles, she is currently editing Season 3 of “Black Love” which airs on OWN. Hannelore has created many webseries. Including “Dirty 30”, a docu-series about HIV and AIDS 30 years after the virus’s discovery. Dirty 30 was filmed in Paris, Johannesburg, Cape Town, New York City, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Dallas, New Orleans, and Baton Rouge. Hannelore also created “LoveStruck,” where she interviews both survivors and perpetrators of domestic violence, intimately exploring the personal toll of the epidemic. Her other web series include the comedies, “Queen Hussy” and “The Tutorialists”. The film, “Sega”, which she produced has screened at the New York African Film Festival and Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival . As an actor Hannelore guest starred on FX’s “Louie”, CBS’s “Blue Bloods”, and had a recurring role on ABC’s “One Life To Live”. Hannelore spent time editing branded content for The New York Times which is where she took the leap (diving deep) into editing Virtual Reality. She fancies her editing style as ranging from the rawest real to the magically unreal.