LISE RAVEN is an award-winning US/German filmmaker who makes both narrative and documentary films. Raven is a founding filmmaker of the Slamdance Film Festival, where her debut feature LOW premiered.
In 2000 Raven was awarded the prestigious DAAD Berliner Künstlerprogramm Artist Residency in Filmmaking and moved to Berlin where she also received a NIPKOW Fellowship. Raven's feature film project SNIPE was selected for the MOONSTONE INTERNATIONAL Directing Lab, and received development funding from the Irish Film Board.
Raven's 2007 film, STRIDE, told the story of a female combat soldier returning home to her tight-knit Philadelphia neighborhood. In 2011 she worked with the Philadelphia Museum of Art to create a short video which was featured in the ROBERTO CAPUCCI: ART INTO FASHION exhibition.
In 2014 Raven wrote, produced and directed the award-winning feature KINDERWALD.
Raven's newest feature film, SNAELAND was filmed in Iceland and Berlin in the summer of 2018, and received production support from Fractured Atlas, Film Fatales, and The Listhus Artist Residency.
Noveltine /projects is Lise Raven's creative think tank.
Raven is a proud member of EWA, Primetime, Film Fatales and WIFTV.