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Camera, Direction, Post Production, Writer
Director. Outlier & Artist. Passionate Storyteller. Professional Moment Capturer. Filipino American. Relentlessly Disrupting the Ordinary.
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CINEMATOGRAPHY

Legacy
Summer Fruit
Canadian Carver
Understudies

WRITER/ DIRECTOR/ CINEMATOGRAPHY

Legacy
Voices
First Impressions
On This Day
LA With Love
5ive

WRITER/ DIRECTOR/ ACTOR/ EDITOR

Secrets That We Keep

DIRECTOR/ CINEMATOGRAPHY

I For I
Grey

Lacie PushPlay Collaborative (2018) Narrative Finalist
ATT Create-a-thon (2018) Best Film
Sundance Institute Screenwriters Lab Semi-Finalist (2017)
Festival de Cannes, CMG (2016) Best Director
Sundance Film Festival, CMG (2016) Best Cinematography, Audience Award
29 Days Later Film Festival (2015, 2016, 2017) Best Cinematography
RAW Artists: Baltimore (2015) Filmmaker of the Year
Adrenaline Film Project (2015) Grand Jury Award

Personal Details

Los Angeles, CA & Baltimore, MD

United States
English

Work Details

 
Non-member
Director
Cinematographer
Editor
Writer

Ashleigh Coffelt is an award-winning Filipino American director based in Los Angeles. Over the last few years, Ashleigh has written, directed, filmed and edited over 80 short films, 15 of which have screened at film festivals both internationally and nationally.

In addition to being a Sundance Screenwriter's Lab Semi-Finalist, she has been awarded numerous awards including “I For I” (director, cinematographer), winner of Best Director at Festival de Cannes with Creative Mind Group, “5ive” (writer, director, cinematographer, editor), winner of the Grand Jury Award at the Adrenaline Film Festival and RAW:Baltimore Filmmaker of the Year.

Coffelt is an Act One Fellow and proud member of FilAm Creative. She holds a BS in Psychology and Electronic Media and Film from Towson University. She focuses on creating projects that empower women and help change media portrayals of women and minorities.