Rosie Haber is an aesthetically minded writer and director whose work spans the Documentary, Narrative, VR, and branded spaces. She is a graduate of NYU Tisch and has been a fellow of Film Independent’s Episodic Lab, Outfest’s Screenwriting lab, AFI’s Directing Workshop for Women, and Universal’s inaugural Directing Program. She was listed on The Alice Initiative’s 2018 list of Female Directors ready to helm studio films and was a shadowing Director on Ryan Murphy new show on FX, Pose.
She won the Audience Award at LA Film Festival and the New Orleans Film Festival, a Webby award, the Grand Jury Prize at Outfest, and was nominated for a 2017 GLAAD award for her digital documentary series New Deep South — which premiered at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival.
Obsessed with young, digital culture, Haber has recently ventured into the world of Virtual Reality. She was a 2017 Sundance New Frontiers Lab Fellow for Belle of the Ball, a docu-drag VR project she is co-directing with Silas Howard. She was a speaker at the Engadget Alternative Realities conference, which showcases the latest thinkers in Virtual and Augmented Reality.
Rosie’s documentary series, Braddock, PA, about Environmental Racism has been featured on NY Times, The New Yorker, and TV Worth Watching. Her next project is called Chingonas - a young adult television show with conceptual horror elements.