Filmmakers A - C


  •  Hillia Aho

    Hillia Aho, Grad

    In Passing

    Hillia Aho is an artist and filmmaker, originally from Midcoast Maine, now splitting her time between Brooklyn, NY and Vancouver, BC. Her short films have screened in festivals across the US, Canada, and Europe.

  • SULAM (The Ladder)

    Noam Argov, Grad

    SULAM (The Ladder)

    Noam Argov is an Israeli-American filmmaker, National Geographic Explorer and MFA Directing Student at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. Growing up between the Middle East and Orlando, Florida, Noam spent much of her childhood walking around barefoot and dreaming up strange stories.

  • Idle Speed

    Yoni Azulay, UG

    Idle Speed

    Yoni Azulay is a Philadelphia native and Israeli-American filmmaker. In 2022, he graduated from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts with a B.F.A. in Film & TV Production.



  • Ian Barling

    Ian Barling, Grad


    A native of Atlantic City, New Jersey, Ian toured the eastern United States as a drummer in various punk rock bands in his youth. His last short film, SAFE, premiered at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival, in the Semaine De La Critique competition.

  • Sam Barrnett

    Sam Barrnett, UG

    Leave Your Toys

    Sam Barnett is a filmmaker raised in Belgium, now based in Brooklyn, NY. He seeks to use the medium of filmmaking to tell stories based around contentious truths through a lens of love and empathy. Leave Your Toys is his debut short.

  • Nada Bedair

    Nada Bedair, Grad


    Nada Bedair is an award-winning Egyptian filmmaker based in New York. She is currently completing her MFA in film at New York University - Tisch School of the Arts. Her work was featured in various film festivals including Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival and New York International Children’s film Festival. She is passionate about social justice, particularly gender and racial equality.

  • Eliza Beltz

    Eliza Beltz, UG


    Eliza Beltz is a graduate of New York University where she earned a B.F.A. in Film and Television and a Minor in Business of Entertainment, Media, and Technology. A Director, Producer, and Director of Photography, Beltz is based in both New York City and Pittsburgh and constantly collaborating on projects in both cities.

  • Amelia Boscov

    Amelia Boscov, UG


    Amelia Xanthe Boscov is a Brooklyn-based filmmaker, writer, and producer. Originally from Philadelphia, her films focus on women and the LGBTQ community through an uplifting and often surreal lens. Amelia’s work screened at national film festivals, won the Pond5 Filmmaker First Award, and the Philadelphia Young Playwrights Festival.

  • Andrew Brame

    Andrew Brame, Grad


    After college, Andrew Brame dreamed of attending the Graduate Film program at New York University. Seeing no way to afford the cost of attendance, he enlisted in the United States Navy, hoping to fund his education by earning the G.I. Bill. He served six years in the Navy as a photojournalist, winning several awards for his coverage of humanitarian aid missions.



  • Jake Capriotti

    Jake Capriotti, UG

    Under The Influence

    Jake Capriotti is a recent grad of NYU Tisch with a BFA in Film and Television. His love for filmmaking and photography can be traced back to high school where he was seen at school events photographing and filming for the yearbook and multimedia department.

  • Richard Chen

    Richard Chen, UG

    Meeting Amy

    Richard Chen is a filmmaker from Vancouver, Canada. His upbringing in both China and Canada, along with his love for travel and photography, gave him a distinct perspective on the world. In many of his works, he attempts to blur the lines between the East and West by exploring his own background.

  • Ren Child

    Ren Child, UG


  • Marshall Cooper

    Marshall Cooper, Grad


    Marshall Wayne Cooper is a director and cinematographer from Harlem, New York. Hoping to tell narrative stories about people of color in uptown New York , Marshall quit his broadcast journalism job in 2019 to attend the illustrious NYU grad film program.

  • Sara Crow

    Sara Crow, Grad


    Sara Crow is a filmmaker based in New York. She is especially passionate about telling stories of artists and outsiders who operate on the fringes of society. She has produced documentaries for HBO, Disney+, CNN, MSNBC, Quibi, truTV, Viceland, and Showtime. In 2016, she released her directorial debut, the feature documentary, Never Get Tired about underground punk musician Jeff Rosenstock.