Film Fatales
Jen Harrington

Writer/Director JENNIFER HARRINGTON is an award-winning filmmaker who has spent more than a decade creating features, shorts, television, music videos, and web content. Her short films have screened at festivals internationally and on IFC. She most recently wrote and directed the feature film HOUSEKEEPING released by Lionsgate Entertainment and After Dark Films in 2015. In 2016 she has directed two music videos and a docu-series pilot and has two new features currently in development.

As an editor, she cut the Emmy-nominated feature documentary BANKSY DOES NEW YORK for HBO in 2015. She also edited the feature film HIROKIN starring Julian Sands and Wes Bentley, and the feature documentary film THE SOURCE FAMILY which premiered at SXSW in 2012 and debuted theatrically nationwide May 2013. She produced and edited the feature film DARK MOUNTAIN which premiered at the 2013 Austin Film Festival and was released by Gravitas Ventures in 2014. She has edited numerous television series and is currently picture locking another feature documentary.

She received her BFA in film production from UCLA and her MFA in cinema-television from USC, receiving the Frank Glicksman Award, the Steve Lawrence and Edyie Gorme Award, and the James Bridges Directing Scholarship while in attendance.

She likes punk rock, whiskey, and the desert. Not necessarily in that order.

Selected Works

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