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Station Film welcomes acclaimed filmmaker Ramaa Mosley to its roster for commercial representation in the U.S.

A director of commercials, music videos, short films and features, Mosley has been directing from a young age, winning the Global 500 United Nations Award at age 15 for her first documentary. Her commercial reel includes work for adidas, ESPN, Levi’s, Absolut, Nike, BCBS, Ameritrade, Always, Mini Cooper, Fuji, Free People, Southwest and Skype, and this year saw her Chevrolet spot, GoalKeeper, pick up multiple Clios.

Mosley’s first feature, 2013 dark comedy The Brass Teapot, was nominated for the International Critics’ Award and Saturn Award, while her second, the psychological thriller Lost Child, won Best Narrative Feature at the Kansas City Film Festival. Her short film, In Dreams I Run Wild, has been shown at dance festivals across the world.

Social activism and mentorship are another important part of Mosley’s repertoire: she directed the Afghan segment of Girl Rising, a critically-acclaimed documentary film about eight girls around the world struggling to get an education against tremendous odds. Since then, Mosley has 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.

Recently selected for NBC’s Female Forward program, Mosley will direct episode 13 on Blindspot this month.

“Ramaa has been making beautiful work for the past 18 years,” comments Stephen Orent, managing partner, Station Film. “She invests herself 100 percent in everything she undertakes and is a storyteller who excels across the board in narrative performance, documentary, cinematography and a true ability to tap into what touches audiences. I fell in love with Ramaa from the moment I met her. She’s an inspiration and we couldn’t be more excited to have the opportunity to do great things together.”

Aside from her directing career, Mosley will continue to oversee Adolescent Content, a Gen Z global creative studio with over 500 creators in 20 different countries, which she set up in 2013 in response to growing demand from brands to reach the Gen Z audience.

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