Amy Benson

Amy Benson



Amy Benson is a celebrated director, writer, and producer of independent films. She is best known for her critically acclaimed work on the feature film "The Sound of Waves" (2017).

Benson was born in New York City and grew up in the suburbs of Long Island. She attended Sarah Lawrence College and later moved to Los Angeles to pursue her career in filmmaking.

In her early career, Benson worked as an assistant director and production assistant on several independent films. She then directed two short films, "I Know You" (2012) and "Violet" (2014). They both won awards at various film festivals.

In 2017, she wrote, directed, and produced her first feature film, "The Sound of Waves." The film tells the story of a young girl who is struggling to find her place in the world and her relationship with her estranged father. The film received critical acclaim and was selected to be screened at the Sundance Film Festival.

Since then, Benson has continued to direct and produce independent films. She has also directed several music videos and commercials. Most recently, Benson directed and produced the feature film "The Sea Is Blue" (2020), which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Benson is a passionate filmmaker who loves to tell stories that explore the complexities of human relationships. Her films often feature strong female characters and she believes in giving a voice to those who are often overlooked or marginalized.

In addition to her work in filmmaking, Benson is also an active member of several non-profit organizations. She works to empower young women in the entertainment industry and supports the fight against human trafficking.

Amy Benson is a talented filmmaker who has created thought-provoking and emotionally powerful films. Her work has won numerous awards and been featured in festivals all over the world. She is an inspiration to many and a true force to be reckoned with in the independent film world.

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