LINDSEY DRYDEN

Lindsey Dryden

Lindsey Dryden is a producer and director at Little By Little Films. After starting out in TV documentary (BBC, Channel 4, History Channel), Associate Producing hundreds of short documentaries at Current TV, and making shorts for television and the Royal Court Theatre and Royal Shakespeare Company, she began making independent films. Her acclaimed work includes Lost and Sound (2012, director/producer), Close Your Eyes And Look At Me (2009, director/producer), Little Ones (2013, producer) and Unrest (2017, producer), and has shown at numerous festivals including SXSW, Sundance, True/False, Sheffield Doc/Fest, CPH:Dox, HotDocs, Art of the Real, on television and in cinemas. Nominated Best Female-Directed Film at Sheffield Doc/Fest in 2012, Best New UK Filmmaker at Open City Docs 2012, and Best Producer at Underwire in 2013, she won a Special Jury Award at DORF Music Film Festival 2012, and Unrest won a Special Jury Award for Editing at Sundance in 2017. A proud member of the Queer Producers Collective, Lindsey is a frequent speaker and mentor at film festivals, a Film Lecturer, and a recent Filmmaker-In-Residence at Jacob Burns Film Center in New York. She is currently making art films for Tate (the latest of which appears in the Queer British Art exhibition at Tate Britain), and directing Billy, a music mystery film and interactive experience about an incredible gender outlaw jazz musician. lindsey@lblfilms.com

RECENT PRESS: 

Filmonomics Filmmaker Profile: Lindsey Dryden, Birds Eye View, 2016

Canary In A Coal Mine one of 140 projects selected for IFP 2015, Indiewire, 2015

Sheffield Doc/Fest Unveils 2015 Meet Market selections, Screen Daily, 2015