Kimberly Stuckwisch

Kimberly Stuckwisch is an award-winning film, commercial, theatre, and music video director and producer whose work blends magical realism with everyday life. She built a career as a vocal supporter of bold creative ideas, with her work often bringing awareness to timely social issues and breaking conventional expectations. Her works have showcased at Cannes, Sundance, TIFF, Camerimage, SXSW, Ciclope, The Clios, Kinsale, The UKMVA’s, The Berlin Commercial Awards, The Hammer Museum, The Public Theatre, MTV, and in theaters across the world.

She premiered her first producorial narrative feature “Summertime,” directed by Carlos López Estrada, on opening night Sundance 2020 in the NEXT category. By the age of 26, Kimberly had Assistant Directed over a dozen indie films, calling this her “film school” and Second Unit Directed numerous films including “Remarkable Power” with Evan Peters, Tom Arnold, and Kevin Nealon, “Play the Game” with Andy Griffith, Doris Roberts, and Liz Sheridan, and “The Deadline” with Brittany Murphy and Thora Birch.

This last year, she exploded onto the directorial scene by helming videos for Margo Price (Best New Artist Grammy Nominee), Jeremy Ivey’s “Someone Else’s Problem” which competed at SXSW and the 1.4 Awards, Samm Henshaw’s “The World Is Mine” which received Gold for Best International Music Video at the Kinsale Shark Awards and competed at the MVPAs, and Broken Bells, “Good Luck” which won the New Generation Award at the Berlin Commercial Awards, was in competition at Camerimage 2020 and Shots Awards 2021 for “Best Music Video,” was shortlisted for a 2020 UK Music Video Award, and won two bronze Clios for “Best Music Video” and “Direction.”

She recently directed Olivia Rodrigo’s “Sour Prom,” a 27-minute concert film that garnered over 11 Million views in two weeks and was #1 trending for two consecutive days. She also co-directed Jeremy Scott’s FW21 Moschino Fashion Film “Jungle Red” as well as Moschino’s SS22 Musical “Lighting Strikes” starring Karen Elson. She is currently in competition at the MVPA’s for “Best New Director” and was shortlisted at the 2021 Shots Awards for “New Director of the Year.”

She is directing her first feature film “Canvas” fall 2021.

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