Lindsey Dryden is a Director, Creative Producer and Exec Producer, who specialises in intimate and surprising stories, often about the body, music or art. She founded indie production company Little By Little Films after beginning her career in TV documentaries (BBC, Channel 4, History Channel, Current TV) and arts docs (Royal Court Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company).
She directed Lost and Sound (SXSW, 2012), Close Your Eyes And Look At Me (True/False, 2009) and Jackie Kay: One Person Two Names (for Tate’s Queer British Art 2017). She produced Sundance award-winning, Academy Award-shortlisted Unrest (2017), Little Ones (2013), verite series Trans In America (ACLU, 2018), and co-produced Sheffield Doc/Fest award-winning Unrest VR. Lindsey is also a Story Consultant, Creative Distribution mentor, Queer Producers Collective founding member and artist-in-residence at Somerset House Studios.
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Won Sundance Special Jury Award for Editing (Unrest, 2017)
Won River Run Audience Award (Unrest, 2017)
Won Nashville Film Festival Grand Jury Award - Best Documentary Feature (Unrest, 2017)
Won Special Jury Award - DORF Music Film Festival (Lost and Sound, 2012)
Nominated Best Producer, Underwire Film Festival (Little Ones, 2013)
Nominated Best Female-Directed Film, Sheffield Doc/Fest (Lost and Sound, 2012)
Nominated Best New UK Filmmaker. Open City Docs (Lost and Sound, 2012)