Maria Lavelle is a British-Norwegian filmmaker, MFA Candidate at NYU Tisch School of the Arts and recipient of the coveted Willard T.C. Johnson Fellowship (2018).
Lavelle made her directorial debut in 2016 with an award-winning documentary featuring the homeless population in South Dakota—where she completed her undergraduate studies in journalism and theatre.
"Holy Jail" is Lavelle's second year-film at NYU.
She aspires to tell important stories that appeal to a wide range of audiences.
  • Producer (2 Credits)
    Holy Jail2019
    Short, Student
    Tender2018
    Student
  • Writer (2 Credits)
    Holy Jail2019
    Short, Student
    Tender2018
    Student
  • Director (2 Credits)
    Holy Jail2019
    Short, Student
    Tender2018
    Student
Audience Award for Narrative Student Short
Holy Jail
Austin Film Festival
Austin
2019
College
Augustana University
Journalism
College
NYU Tisch School of the Arts
Graduate Film
Current City
New York City
Hometown
Haugesund, Norway
Gender
Female
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