Filmmakers D - G


  • Francesca de Fusco

    Francesca de Fusco, Grad


    Francesca de Fusco is an Italian American filmmaker, who grew up between Oak Park California, and Bergamo, Italy. She is a current MFA Candidate at NYU Tisch School of the Arts where she is a Willard T.C. Johnson Fellow.

  • Eden De Jesus

    Eden De Jesus, UG


    Eden was born and raised in Chicago. He grew up in a Puerto Rican and Mexican-American home. He attended Parsons School of Design for a year before transferring to Tisch. His love for storytelling is inspired by his own experiences and the experiences of his family.

  • Christian Del Rio Solorzano

    Christian Del Rio Solorzano, Grad

    I am neither here nor there

    Christian Del Rio Solorzano is a Mexican filmmaker who grew up between Mexico and the US. After graduating with degrees in Art and Psychology from Washington University in St. Louis, Chris moved to Los Angeles and worked in a variety of roles in the Film and TV industry, before moving to New York City.

  • Mariano Dongo

    Mariano Dongo, Grad

    Mucho Mucho Amor (Elizabeth's Short)



  • Cade Featherstone

    Cade Featherstone, Grad

    Don’t You Dare Film Me Now

    Cade Featherstone is a British filmmaker and award-winning designer. Having studied illustration at Central Saint Martins, he went on to work as a graphic artist for films such as The Favourite and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. He is now pursing his MFA in narrative filmmaking at NYU, and is currently working on his thesis short, alongside writing his first feature.

  • Angalis Field

    Angalis Field, Grad

    The Dalles

    Angalis Field (he/him) is a writer-director and photographer living in New York City. He is currently an MFA thesis student in the Grad Film program at NYU Tisch ('23). He graduated from Columbia University ('16) with a B.A in English. His work embodies a new queer subjectivity in photography and film, combining intimacy and formalism to picture contemporary transness while questioning its cultural production.

  • Nicholas Freeman

    Nicholas Freeman, UG

    Help Wanted

  • Rashad Frett

    Rashad Frett, Grad


  • Danielle Fuller

    Danielle Fuller, UG


    Danielle is a filmmaker and animator currently based in New York City. With her work, Danielle looks to contribute to the movement of filmmakers using their stories to help bridge gaps in the representation of POC stories. She is the recipient of a Fulbright Research-Arts Grant, the Congressional Black Caucus Spouse Education Scholarship Award, and an 2018 inductee of the Rochester Association of Black Journalist (RABJ).



  • Ella Gibney

    Ella Gibney, Grad

    Don't Fall Asleep

    Ella Gibney grew up in New Jersey. She attended Bard college where she majored in photography which honed her craft as a visual artist. After graduating she bounced around to several odd jobs from being a barista to a deckhand on fishing boats. She then started working on a few movie sets as an assistant camera person.

  • Manya Glassman

    Manya Glassman, Grad

    Deep Tissue

    Manya Branham Glassman is a filmmaker interested in using visual imagery to change our world. She is a MFA student in the NYU Tisch School of Arts film program and has a liberal arts background in humanities, French, and film from Providence College.

  • Patrick Godino

    Patrick Godino, UG

    Every Other Kid

    Originally from Newtown, CT, Patrick Godino is a filmmaker based in NYC. He is a graduate of New York University, where he double-majored in Film & TV and Spanish. His passion for filmmaking began at an early age, getting his start making "sequels" to movies like Harry Potter and National Treasure.

  • Sarah Gold

    Sarah Gold, UG


    Sarah (she/her) is a Rhode Island born and raised, New York City based filmmaker. She has directed several short films and music videos and is heavily interested in making live action films that feel animated, while also experimenting with film as a full sensory experience.

  • Amanda Gordon

    Amanda Gordon, UG

    Let Her Eat Cake

    Amanda Gordon is an award-winning filmmaker who aims to explore self-acceptance through the lens of Black femmes. She is a recent graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and is currently a Creative Strategist at TikTok. In her free time, runs a Youtube channel with over 200,000 subscribers.

  • American Felt Building

    Cole Greenbaun, UG

    American Felt Building

    Cole is a New Jersey born, Los Angeles raised filmmaker who has directed and produced several short films. He is an avid fan of the comedy genre as well as a self-professed "scrappy filmmaker" who is continuously looking for new ways to expand the definition of what a comedy film can be.