Welcome to Braddock, PA “How Race, Class, and Pollution Define Braddock” | Series Episode 2
Rosie Haber is an aesthetically minded writer and director.
A graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Film Independent’s Project Involve, the Outfest Screenwriting lab, and AFI’s Directing Workshop for Women, their film “Instababy” took home the audience award at Los Angeles Film Festival and the New Orleans Film Festival after their digital series “New Deep South” was hailed by Jill Soloway as her favorite show. Their film “Jellyfish” was awarded the Grand Jury prize at Outfest.
Haber has also been a recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts grant, and a fellow at both Yaddo and MacDowell artist colonies. They are a writer and producer on the upcoming film adaptation of the classic transgender novel, “Stone Butch Blues” as well as on the award winning web series, “We've Been Around.” They were recently nominated for a GLAAD award in Outstanding Digital Journalism for their short documentary, “Kayla” on the new online platform, The Front.