Jacqueline Xerri is a writer and director from Long Island, New York. She received a BFA from the College of Motion Picture Arts at Florida State University. Her past work includes When She Speaks (2019) which premiered at National Film Festival for Talented Youth, Teen Night (2018) which was nominated for Best Long Island Film at the Long Island International Film Expo and Ruckzuck (2017), an official selection of the American Documentary Film Festival.


Her past experiences along with some of her favorite directors, Andrea Arnold and David Lynch, have inspired her work and  desire to tell immersive and daring coming-of-age stories. 

She recently assistant edited the feature 

documentary, Don't Try to Understand: A Year in the Life of Earl 'DMX' Simmons.