Lindsey Dryden is an award-winning British filmmaker who began her career in TV documentary (BBC, Channel 4, History Channel). Specialising in intimate and unexpected stories about music and the body, her work has shown at 30+ festivals incl. SXSW, True/False and Film Society Of Lincoln Center’s Art Of The Real. Her feature documentary Lost and Sound was nominated Best Female-Directed Film (Sheffield Doc/Fest 2012) and Best New UK Filmmaker (Open City Docs), and won Special Jury Award at DORF Croatia. She is a member of the Queer Producers Collective, a recent Sundance Fellow, and is currently producing documentary Canary In A Coal Mine and making films about artists with Tate.