Nina Ljeti is an LA-based Canadian filmmaker. A graduate of NYU’s prestigious Tisch School of the Arts, she began her career by writing and directing her first feature film, Memoria, which screened at festivals around the world. A classically trained pianist, Nina has a deep understanding of rhythm, timing, and the relationship between moving images and music. This translates into her work as a director and editor for artists such as Rey Pila, Soko, Deap Vally, Collapsing Scenery, and The Growlers. Having been recognized as a rising talent, Nina was listed in MovieMaker Magazine as one of the top 25 Screenwriters to Watch. Her work has been featured on Noisey, IndieWire, Dazed, Miami Art Basel, and at MoMA PS1.