Deborah Attoinese is an award winning director, producer and writer.
Originally from New York, Deborah began her career as a self-taught
fashion photographer. Her signature style has appeared in the pages of
Conde Nast Publications, The Sunday New York Times, Details Magazine
Her work has been shown on Netflix, CineMax and Showtime and includes:
Hollywood Pictures, Tri-Star Pictures, Curb Entertainment and Bill Kenwright Productions among others.
Her first short film, RUNNING OUT OF GRACE quickly garnered the
attention of Propaganda Films and Deborah relocated to Los Angeles
where she wrote and directed her first full length feature film; ZOE with
co-writer Amy Dawes.
A film festival favorite ZOE screened throughout the USA and abroad including the: AFI, Palm Springs, Santa Barbara, Taos and the Mar Del Plata Film festivals.
To see more of Deborah's PHOTO and FILM work pls. go to Overall Productions https://dattoinese.wixsite.com/overallproductions
ON DIRECTING, Deborah's full length documentary takes an in-depth look
at the filmmakers journey of self-discovery from the point-of-view of "life reflecting
art' features iconic directors Agnes Varda, Bille Auguste, Roland Joffe
and Wim Wenders is currently available on Fandor.com.
SNAIL, Deborah's a whimsical romantic comedy which features Brendan Hunt
and Yvonne Zima premiered at the Palm Springs International Shortfest
and was awarded Best Short Film at the Broad Humor Film Festival. It also
won a San Francisco Film Award of Excellence, Short Film of the Month in the
United Kingdom and nominated for a Golden Horse Comedy and Best
Ensemble Acting award by the Connect Film Festival.
Deborah's latest short film GIRL KNIGHT stars two talented newcomers;
Darla Lewis and Pilar Petropolous-White. The film was completed after a
successful Kickstarter (Staff Pick) campaign and then selected to participate
as an Indiewire Project of the week.
Currently in the works is WELCOME TO CONCRETE an episodic series for cable, LADY LIBERTY an original digital series and WOMEN OF THE WILDLANDS a
feature documentary that deals with the on going sexual harassment and gender discrimination that has plagued the U.S. National Parks and Forest Service
Forever passionate about world and environmental issues, Deborah
donates her film making skills to several causes including THE PEACE PROJECT in Los Angeles which she received an Inspiration Award.