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Liza Voloshin is a director and filmmaker dedicated to spreading joy and empowering social change through film.


With a focus on using film to tell women's stories, Liza directed documentary shorts in partnership with Nike Women featuring groundbreaking female athletes in the Middle East and Russia, female winemakers in Burgundy for American Express, and female artisans in South Africa for Banana Republic.  Previous narrative works include the short film "The Age of Misinformation" in partnership with the Whitney Museum's 'Dreamlands' Exhibit, nominated for Best Experimental Film at the 2017 Fashion Film Festival Milano. Liza's latest project is a documentary film created in partnership with the Women’s Prison Association, highlighting the impactful individuals who are mindfully forging a new path in the criminal justice system.


Liza's large scale installations include the site-specific symphony-cantata entitled 'Her Voice' spread across Philip Johnson's historic Glass House in the Summer of 2016, 'Love Into Harmony': a short meditative film and public art installation in conjunction with 29 Rooms in the Autumn of 2016, and an immersive environment for the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in honor of Elaine de Kooning: Portraits in the Spring of 2015. 


Dedicated to showcasing the joy of the quotidian, Liza creates video content with partners including American Express, Audi, Barneys New York, Estée Lauder, Katy Perry, Nike, and Standard Hotels, and creative institutions such as the Whitney Museum, the Glass House, and the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery. Liza is a co-creator of the Pillows & Plates series and co-founder of the all female arts collective chez conversations. Her work has been featured in Cultured Magazine, Departures Magazine, Harper's Bazaar, InStyle Magazine, Nowness, Paper Magazine, Refinery 29, Spotify, Vogue Italia, Voyages d'Etudes, and W Magazine.