Francesca Lixi is an American film director, screenwriter, and producer. She was born in Miami, Florida in 1979 and is best known for her feature films and short films, which have been screened at festivals around the world.
Lixi began her career in the entertainment industry in 2001 when she wrote, directed, and produced her first short film, "The Bone Orchard". The film was well-received and earned Lixi several awards, including Best Director and Best Short Film at the Miami International Film Festival.
Since then, Lixi has continued to work on feature films, shorts, and television series. Her feature films include "The Life of the Dead", "The Unseen", and "The Edge of Things". Her short films have been featured in festivals such as Sundance, Tribeca, and SXSW.
Lixi has also produced and directed television series for MTV, ABC, and Fox. One of her most notable projects was the TV series "The Badlands", which she produced and directed in 2016.
In addition to her work in film and television, Lixi is also a philanthropist. She has been involved in various charitable organizations, including the National Women's Health Foundation and the American Cancer Society.
Lixi is a multi-talented filmmaker who continues to push the boundaries of storytelling. She is a passionate advocate for female filmmakers and is committed to creating meaningful work that is accessible to a wide audience. Her films have been praised for their boldness and originality, and her contribution to the film industry is undeniable.