Nicole stars as a high-school loner, Cecily, in this coming-of-age thriller that tackles many of the challenging issues that teenagers face while dealing with the lack of proper adult supervision. The movie also features Cameron Boyce, Aramis Knight, Tichina Arnold, Brianna Hildebrand and Jason Patric. William Coakley wrote and directed the film.
Nicole portrays Ali in a story about an eccentric 14-year old teenager who witnesses the death of her closest friend, Charlie. After the death, he appears as an imaginary 7-foot tall alien that only Ali can see. The film has an underlying theme of overcoming bullying and teenage misbehavior. The short film also stars Jessica Beals, Paulina Porizkova, Mark Webber, Amanda LaCount, and Max Charles. Mario Torres wrote and directed the film and sculpted the alien character.
Nicole as Clover in the film, “Clover”
Nicole plays the role of Clover, the film’s namesake and a tough-as-nails teenager, in this throwback crime drama that revolves around her character getting caught up with two bumbling brothers who get in over their heads trying to pay off a mob boss. Mark Webber, Jon Abrahams, Chazz Palminteri, Erica Christensen, Jake Weber, Julia Jones, and Jessica Szohr also co-star. Jon Abrahams directed the film, which was written by Mike Testone.
Nicole as Esperelda in the film, “The Place of No Words”
Nicole plays the role of Esmeralda, a guardian-angel figure in this fantasy-reality film that straddles the realms of a child’s boundless imagination and the very-adult reality of foreboding hardship. The film also stars Mark Webber, Teresa Palmer, Bodhi Palmer, Eric Christian Olsen, Sarah Wright Olsen and Phoebe Tonkin. Mark Webber wrote, directed and edited the film, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2019.
Nicole as Grace Clarke in the film, “All At Once”
Nicole stars as Grace, a young musical prodigy, in a story about a young artist who accepts guardianship of his best friends’ two young daughters after the tragic events of 9/11. Grace deals with the challenges of leaving New York and her older sister’s independent behavior. Other cast members include Jon Abrahams, Erika Christensen, Annie Potts, Lydia Hearst, Stephen McKinsley Henderson, Summer Phoenix, Jason Biggs, and Scott Caan. Jon Abrahams directed the film, which was written by Mike Testone, premiered at the Napa Valley Film Festival in 2016 and received the Best Film Award in the Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival in 2017.