“…An original voice in a sea of mundane posers,” (Amy Davis, Terminal USA , PIG DEATH MACHINE ).
Emily Esperanza is a filmmaker, artist, and curator currently living in Los Angeles, CA. Her recent video works, grouped under the title, WRETCHED WOMAN, investigate stillness, duration, atmosphere, and archetype, specifically relating to representations of femininity. In 2016 Emily toured WRETCHED WOMAN across the country, showing in Brooklyn, Seattle, Chicago, and Oakland.
Emily was selected as one of Chicago's New City 2016 'Film 50' directors, and was featured in a followup article in Filmmaker Magazine. In addition to the WRETCHED WOMAN series, Emily is currently finishing her new short, 'Make Out Party'. Emily is the founder and main curator of WRETCHED NOBLES, an immersive monthly film/video series & shorts program.