Station Films signs acclaimed director Ramaa Mosely


LA Egotist is reporting that bicoastal Station Film has signed acclaimed filmmaker Ramaa Mosley to its roster for commercial representation in the U.S.

Mosely, a director of commercials, music videos, short films and features was honored with the Global 500 United Nations Award at age 15 for her first documentary.

The filmmaker is a prolific, award-winning storyteller ever since. Mosely’s Chevrolet “GoalKeepers” via Commonwealth//McCann Detroit won multiple CLIOS, and her second feature film, the psychological thriller Lost Child won Best Narrative Feature at the Kansas City Film Festival. Take a look below:

Having been a fan of Mosely since her 2013 dark comedy film, The Brass Teapot, the REEL360 team can attest to the fact that she brings a unique approach to every project, one that has been embraced by a wide array of brands including adidas, ESPN, Levi’s, Absolut, Nike, BCBS, Ameritrade, Always, Mini Cooper, Fuji, Free People, Southwest, Skype and many others.

Working with famed Afghan writer Zarghuna Kargar, Mosley’s segment tells the story of an Afghani girl sold into marriage at age 12. Girl Rising was nominated for Outstanding Documentary at the NAACP’s 2014 Image Awards. Since then, Mosley’s been an advocate of girl’s and women’s rights, also gaining national recognition for raising awareness of the Chibok schoolgirl kidnapping in Nigeria with the #BringBackOurGirls social media campaign.

Her goals include not only elevating her own career, but also building her Gen Z brand Adolescent Content which now has offices at Station Film. While she’s mentored young directors throughout her career, Mosley created Adolescent in 2013 in response to growing demand from brands to reach the Gen Z audience.

The Gen Z global creative studio has over 500 creators in 20 different countries. Eighty-five percent are female, people of color and members of the LGBTQ community, from diverse socio-economic backgrounds.

She recently gave a TedX Talk called “The Power of Adolescent Directors,” featuring two Adolescent creators.

REEL360 can’t wait to see what she does next.

Source: LA Egotist