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Monique Sorgen

Ensemble Entertainment
Jon Brown
(310) 274-9090 phone
8730 Wilshire Blvd
Suite 520
Beverly Hills, CA 90211

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Monique Sorgen
sorgenm (at) gmail (dot) com
Santa Monica, CA

After graduating from UCLA’s School of Theater, Film, and Television, Monique Sorgen worked as a director’s assistant in television dramas and comedies, including Star Trek among many others. Her first short film, “Pants on Fire,” garnered international distribution and played on television around the world. This led to writing for television and film, during a brief hiatus from directing. She came back to directing with a bang, when her first music video was distributed on the Disney channel. She made several more videos for the same band, which were picked up by (a collaboration between aol and the Jonas brothers) as well as Direct TV, UCTV, and other mobile networks. She then made a short web series pilot based on her novel, “How Long You Should Wait to Have Sex,” which was in development at Lisa Kudrow’s company Is or Isn’t as part of their deal with New Form Digital. Most recently she wrote for a popular Brazilian television series, and a new Indian series set in Mumbai, and directed a trio of reality-based shows for Fashion One, which she shot in the Philippines. Currently, she is on the festival circuit with her new short film, "Sorry, Not Sorry," inspired by the famous poem, “This is Just to Say” by William Carlos Williams. Her shadowing experience in television includes apprenticeships with Lesli Linka Glatter, Kim H. Friedman, and Pamela Fryman.

Monique Sorgen Reel (includes clips from Narrative work):

Monique Sorgen Director's reel 2018 from Monique Sorgen on Vimeo.

So There video (Played on Disney Channel):

Tomorrow's Saturday video: (Sequel to "So There")