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Audrey Lorea is an emerging independent director with an innovative and provocative voice. Her feature film, a romantic psychological, sci-fi thriller "Heaven is Now," will be debuting in the festival circuit in 2016. As a director, Lorea is attached to the feature film 'Body of Boys,' filming in New Mexico, as well as the electronic-opera space-exploration film, 'eXo-planet,' which will be filming in Iceland. Additionally, she worked as the second unit director of the feature film, 'Detours' (featuring Richard Kind, Paul Sorvino).

In addition to her ever-evolving, maverick directorial work, she has extensive experience behind the camera as a Producer, Locations Department Head, Scout and Consultant including feature films, commercials, original series, pilots and music videos. Notable Locations credits include 'Ride' (Helen Hunt, Luke Wilson), 'Back in the Day' (Alec Baldwin, Danny Glover), 'You Were Never Here' (Sam Shepherd), 'Stealing Cars' (William H. Macy, John Leguizamo), 'Wildling' (Liv Tyler, Bel Powley), 'Match' (Patrick Stewart, Carla Gugino). Notable Producing credits include: 'Twice Upon a Time' (Paul Borghese, Dir.), 'Green Eyes', 'Riding the D with Dr. Seeds' (Sarah Seeds, Edge in Motion), and 'Girl Night Stand' (Jenna Laurenzo, dir., with Big Vision Empty Wallet).

Not only does Lorea seek to revolutionize cinema with her directing and producing work, but she also seeks to fight for equality and justice internationally through various means and media.

With a strong academic foundation in International Relations and Economics, Lorea has worked on projects in conjunction with the United Nations, the Ford Foundation, and the EastWest Institute. Her uncanny obsession with political dynamics and the world economy continue to influence her artistic endeavors daily.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

Personal Quotes (2)

I've learned to try and detach both ego and insecurity from my work. They are really both different sides of the same coin.
I believe that the future of film scores lies with electronic music.

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