Eve M. Cohen: the basics.
Based in Los Angeles, Eve draws upon her background in fine art painting and photography to influence and inspire her work in narrative and documentary filmmaking. Her visual aesthetic is fueled by collaboration, empathy and intention. She has traveled all over the world filming documentary stories for The United Nations, New Balance, Qualcomm and more. Her fiction work typically lands her in the US; shooting feature films on location from Maine to Arizona and in Los Angeles. Eve established herself as a pioneer in Virtual Reality filmmaking with “The Visitor” (AFI 2016, SFiFF 2016) and “Hard World For Small Things” (Sundance 2016, Tribeca 2016). Her position as an innovator in this new frontier led her to “Ashe ‘68” (Sundance 2019, Tribeca 2019) nominated for a Sports Emmy in 2019. But above all, what Eve really loves is collaborating on projects that blur the line between the real and surreal, grounded in emotion and story.
She is currently in prep on an upcoming feature “Southland” (Dir. Joshua Caldwell) shooting summer 2019, this is their second feature film together. Eve is also in long-term production on a documentary feature film with producer Sarah Adina Smith and Director Sabaah Folayan about the Equal Rights Amendment.
Behind the scenes on Instagram.