School: New York University Undergraduate
Talent: Writer + Director / Actor
About me: Eliza McNitt is a New York based Director, Writer, and Actress with a passion for science. Eliza’s first documentary "Requiem for the Honeybee" addressed the pressing issue of Colony Collapse Disorder. Her film captured 1st Place in C-SPAN's 2009 National StudentCam Competition. From that day forward she found her passion in filmmaking. Now a fourth year at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts for Film, she has written and directed numerous shorts including, "The Fragment" for the Tisch-48 Hour Festival, which received the Audience Award, Best Cinematography, and Grand Prize. Eliza’s short film My Ketchup Smiles was the winner of AT&T’s Campus Movie Fest Best Picture Award. The film also received the Best Drama Award at Campus Movie Festival’s International Grand Finale in Los Angeles. Eliza is a Writer/Director/Actress based in New York City.
Currently the captain of Then There Was Lumière Productions