Award-wining director, cinematographer and screenwriter Niav Conty explores intimacy, identity, and the transgressive in a body of film work that tends towards the uncomfortable and darkly humorous. After working closely for several years with Oscar-winning maverick director Joseph Strick in France, she returned to New York in 2010 to pursue an MFA at the City College of New York, where she studied with avant-garde filmmaker Chantal Ackerman. She has been Director of Photography for dozens of films including feature documentaries fiction films. Her work travels to festivals worldwide and has received awards including best feature, best director, and best Machinima. She is a recipient of the Kodak Award for cinematography, and the 2013 Princess Grace Award.
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