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Savannah Rodgers is a narrative and documentary filmmaker based out of Los Angeles. She is a TED Resident, an Adobe Project 1324 award winner, a 2019 OutSet Fellow at the Outfest Film Festival, and a Narrative Shorts Programmer at the Slamdance Film Festival. In 2018, she was recognized with the Spirit Award by Kansas City Women in Film and Television.
Currently, Savannah is directing a feature documentary about the controversial cultural impact of Chasing Amy (1997) on the LGBTQ+ community. Her comedic short film QUEEN FOR A DAY is currently on the film festival circuit. Recently, Savannah’s short documentary debut DRAGTIVISTS won awards at the Tallgrass Film Festival and Twister Alley International Film Festival. Her short film SKETCHES premiered at the 2016 Slamdance Film Festival.
Savannah is a graduate of the University of Kansas. While studying at KU, she was selected for the 2017 Telluride Film Festival Student Symposium. She is a former artist-in-residence at the Charlotte Street Foundation and creative fellow at Artist INC.
Savannah’s goals include becoming a showrunner, directing feature films, and starting a film festival. She is looking to pursue opportunities in television, film, commercials, and branded content. In addition to the LA market, she has experience directing/producing in New York, New Jersey, Omaha, and the greater Kansas City area.