Lecturer in Film
Laura Moss is a filmmaker born and raised in New York City.
Their work has screened at Rotterdam, Tribeca, SXSW and Clermont-Ferrand film festivals and has been archived in MoMA’s permanent collection. Their short film ‘Fry Day’ is featured on the Criterion Channel. They are currently developing ‘birth/rebirth’, a feature film re-imagining the Frankenstein myth, with the support of Rooftop Films and the Sundance Institute.
They are an alumna of NYU’s Graduate Film program. They have served as a film mentor at Reelworks, an organization that mentors, inspires and empowers underserved NYC youth to share their stories through filmmaking. This spring, they mentored screenwriters in the Sundance Co//ab, a community platform for creators that welcomes artists from around the world to learn from each other. They are currently working with film-grab, a curated image resource for filmmakers, to expand the range of perspectives of the filmmakers represented on their platform.