Lindsey Dryden (she/her) is an Emmy®-award winning producer, director and writer. She produced feature documentary Unrest which premiered at Sundance, broadcast on Netflix and PBS and was shortlisted for Academy Award nomination; she produced Emmy® award-winning documentary series Trans In America with the ACLU; co-produced Unrest VR (which won the Best VR Award at Sheffield Doc/Fest); and Exec Produced The Uncertain Kingdom’s BIFA nominated narrative short The Forgotten C (2020). Lindsey directed feature documentary Lost and Sound which premiered at SXSW; short Jackie Kay: One Person Two Names for Tate’s groundbreaking Queer British Art exhibition; and short Close Your Eyes And Look At Me (True/False). She founded indie production company Little By Little Films in Gloucestershire, SW England`, which specialises in authentic storytelling by LGBTQ+, women’s and D/deaf and disabled voices. Lindsey is a proud founding member of Queer Producers Network and FWD-Doc (Filmmakers With Disabilities), the 2019 Simon Relph Bursary winner, a 2020 BFI Vision Awardee and a full voting member of the Film and Television chapter of BAFTA.
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