Phoebe Arnstein

Phoebe’s worldview is seen through empathetic and curious eyes. She possesses a strong visual language that exhibits a subtle and intelligent sense of the human condition and she has the unique ability to elevate the everyday to a place that is poignant. Phoebe's work crosses short films, commercial content and music promos. Her short 'The Dog with the Woman' won the audience choice award at San Diego International Film Festival of 2017 and has been included in the Top Ten Audience Voting Awards at the British Short Film Festival in Berlin. She is currently in development with her next short film. For many years Phoebe worked as a 2nd Assistant Camera in film and television before becoming a director and it was on these high profile film sets that she nurtured her craft. In 2018 Phoebe founded Lights, Camera, Power; a hands-on initiative backed by Panavision that aims to develop the technical abilities of female directors.