Holly Mosher, Filmmaker
Holly Mosher is an award-winning filmmaker who brings socially-conscious films to the public. Her films have received international press attention, and The Hollywood Reporter named her one of the top up-and-coming independent film producers.
Holly began her career producing a number of commercials and feature films, then, in 2004, she made her directorial debut with the documentary, Hummingbird. She went on to produce the critically acclaimed films Side Effects, starring Katherine Heigl, and the follow-up documentary Money Talks: Profits Before Patient Safety She has served as a producer and executive producer on several films including: Maybe Baby, Vanishing of the Bees and Free for All!.
Currently, Holly is in production on her second directorial project, Bonsai, which documents the work of the Nobel Peace Prize-winning Muhammad Yunus and the Grameen Bank. She graduated with honors from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.
Holly's website is www.hollymosher.com.