Emily Lobsenz
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Emily’s work spans fiction, documentary and interactive series. Her previous films include SANDORKRAUT, a festival favorite and New York Times Op-doc; the multi-award-winning magical realist film, THE NEVER BELL, created with hand-crafted puppets and mixed-media animations; and her lyrical feature SONG OF THE BASQUES, which explores the mysterious Basque culture. She produced KARLA’S ARRIVAL, which was short-listed for Spain’s Academy Awards and directed NBC’s Comedy Showcase in 2015. Her work has been recognized by The Jerome Foundation, Tribeca Film Institute, Smithsonian Institute, NBC Talent, ITVS, Marble House, Sloan Foundation, Fulbright and numerous international arts councils and film festivals. She currently has two award-winning feature scripts ALL THAT FOLLOWS and MIDLAND in development as well as the series INVISIBLE ISLANDS supported by TFI-SLOAN. Emily is also shooting two doc-series the first exploring the intersection of technology and sports and the second cultural identity as told through iconic meals. It was her studies in Literature, Fine Arts, and Music at Amherst College that initially sparked her interest in Film. She went on to earn her Masters at the Courtauld Institute of Art in London and then began her career as a cinematographer and production-designer in Europe. Emily is partnerships coordinator for Film Fatales, plays the cello, speaks Spanish, French, and Basque, and is an elite triathlete and long-distance runner.


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