Emily Ann Hoffman is an award-winning animator, filmmaker and artist based out of Brooklyn, NY. She is currently a 2017 Sundance Ignite Fellow, awarded for her short film Ok, Call Me Back, (also awarded Best Experimental Film at NFFTY 2017 and an official selection of LAFF 2017), as well as a screenwriting mentee with the Sundance Institute's Feature Film Program. Her previous short film, The Emily & Ariel Show won a Best Experimental Animation award in Mallorca, Spain; was screened at festivals internationally (including NOFF and LAFF nationally); is featured on online platforms such as Vimeo Staff Picks and Boooooom; and has found distribution with Fandor. She has recently emerged from an Emerging Artist Fellowship at the Jacob Burns Film Center where she wrote, animated and directed a short film Nevada, currently in post-production. She graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2015.
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