TRANS FILMMAKING FELLOWSHIP
Disclosure: Trans Lives on Screen is offering fellowships to trans people interested in a filmmaking career. The fellowship provides a daily stipend + meals, networking opportunities with industry professionals, hands-on training, and mentorship. Here are the current fellows for our August production.
EMMA GONELLA MANLEY, HAIR STYLIST FELLOW
After studying film and media at UC Santa Barbara, Emma worked in various roles on film and photo sets in LA and NYC. They are extremely excited to be a part of the fellowship program for this film.
EMORY JOHNSON, SET DESIGN FELLOW
Emory Johnson is actively involved with Asian American media centers and organizations. They have assisted with several projects at the Center for Ethno Communications of the UCLA Asian American Studies Center. Emory is also a programming coordinator at Visual Communications' Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival and a coordinator at A-Doc: The Asian American Documentary Network.
NAVA MAU, G & E Fellow
Nava Mau is an emerging filmmaker, writer, and artist. After years of experience with live production, she has focused her attention on film. Nava wrote, directed, and starred in the short film Waking Hour, which is in post-production.
RAVEN TWO FEATHERS, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FELLOW
Raven is a Native trans filmmaker who recently graduated with the last class of Santa Fe University of Art & Design. They worked on several Native shorts while in the Pacific Northwest, and continue to work on films that incorporate diverse and intersectional voices, in fictional and nonfictional settings.