Film Fatales
Amy Geller

Award-winning filmmaker, Amy Geller has dedicated over a decade and a half to producing films. Her work has been broadcast in the US and abroad and has screened at film festivals around the world. Her credits include: PBS/BBC broadcast docudrama MURDER AT HARVARD (2003), the Sundance Institute-supported narrative STAY UNTIL TOMORROW (2005), THE WAR THAT MADE AMERICA (2006), a four-hour PBS mini-series, LOVE AND OTHER ANXIETIES (2010), funder turned filmmaker Lyda Kuth’s personal documentary, and FOR THE LOVE OF MOVIES: The Story of American Film Criticism (2009), which premiered at SXSW and was broadcast in Spain, France, Israel, and Japan and on the Documentary Channel. From 2012-2014, Geller served as the Artistic Director of the Boston Jewish Film Festival, where she received a Chai in the Hub Award for Jewish Leaders under 45. Her feature-length directorial debut THE GUYS NEXT DOOR, co-directed by Allie Humenuk, was released in 2016 and has been winning jury prizes and audience awards at film festivals across the country.

Selected Works

  • The Guys Next Door (Trailer)