Lindsey Dryden (pronouns She/Her) is an award-winning Director, Writer and Producer, a Fellow of Sundance’s Documentary Film Program and Creative Distribution Initiative, of BFI Flare and Guiding Lights, and a founding member of Filmmakers With Disabilities and Queer Producers Collective. Her work has been released theatrically, broadcast on Netflix, PBS, BBC, and Channel 4, featured in Vogue and Elle, exhibited at Tate, won awards worldwide, and screened at 50+ festivals incl. Sundance, SXSW, Tribeca, HotDocs, True/False, Sheffield Doc/Fest and Art Of The Real. She produced Academy Award shortlisted Unrest (Sundance, 2017) and verite series Trans In America (ACLU/them, 2018); co-produced Unrest VR (Winner, Best Virtual Reality Sheffield Doc/Fest 2017); and directed feature doc Lost and Sound (SXSW, 2012), numerous art films for Tate, short documentary Jackie Kay: One Person Two Names (Tate Queer British Art 2017) and short documentary Close Your Eyes And Look At Me (True/False 2009).
Little By Little Films is a boutique independent production company based in Gloucestershire (England) and founded by Dryden in 2011. It is led by queer and disabled talent, and specialises in working with authentic voices to tell powerful, unexpected and intimate stories. DocGeeks say we make "formidable and innovative uses of the documentary format to provide a unique insight into the human condition," – and that's how we aim to continue.
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