Bat-Sheva Guez weaves dance, magic, and experimental techniques into visually compelling, character-driven stories. She has directed over a dozen short films and screened them in festivals worldwide including the Hamptons International Film Festival, the Rhode Island International Film Festival, the Lighthouse Film Festival, the Atlanta Underground Film Festival, and more.
Guez is the recipient of the JT3 ARTIST AWARD for Screenwriting & Directing. She won BEST DIRECTOR at the Art of Brooklyn Film Fest for her latest film, Behind the Wall. The film also won the Panavision Grant for Best Cinematography at the Rhode Island Int’l Film Festival. She is a member of Film Fatales and the FilmmakeHers.
With her production company, Adventure Pants, Guez directs films for clients like Lincoln Center featuring artists and performers such as New York City Ballet, Paul Taylor Dance Company, and American Ballet Theatre. She’s directed a digital series for Conde Nast, promo videos for think tanks, non-profits, and brands, and a web series about NYC's Underground Performing Arts scene.
Bat-Sheva is currently in the financing phase of a magical-realism feature film entitled, And How She…
"An up and coming visionary with style, Bat-Sheva's work incorporates a blend of characters from different worlds with small hints of magic brought into her storytelling."
-Patrick King, Reel Brief
Behind the Wall invited to screen at #DirectedbyWomen screening at Michigan State University, Sept 12th. Bat-Sheva will skype in for the Q&A after the show.
Behind the Wall wins BEST SHORT FILM at the Moondance Film Festival, Boulder CO
Behind the Wall screens at the Damn! Film Series, Sept 26 in NYC
Behind the Wall screens at the HollyShorts Film Festival, Los Angeles
Bat-Sheva wins BEST DIRECTOR at the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival