Gabriella A. Moses is an award-winning director, writer, and production designer based in Brooklyn, NY. She is a graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. Her latest short films Sticky Fingers and Leche are currently playing the festival circuit. Her award-winning thesis film Las Mañanitas has played at numerous international film festivals winning Best Ensemble Cast, Production Design and Score at NYU's First Run Film Festival and Best Film at the Katra Film Fest Series. Her production design work has been featured across top film festivals across the globe including Sundance, Toronto, Tribeca and SXSW.
Gabriella was selected by the Hispanic Coalition of NY as one of their 2015 Rising Latino Stars. She also served as a Shadow Director for the 2015 ABC Diversity Showcase. Gabriella is currently developing her directorial debut feature, Leche, which has received support from 2016 Sundance Institute’s Creative Producing Lab and the 2017 NYWIFT "From Script to Pre-Production" Workshop. Principal photography is scheduled for summer 2018. She believes in sharing stories with underrepresented protagonists that test viewer’s perceptions of identity and their imaginations.