Producer/director/educator Bridget Murnane is known for her creative media treatments of dance, as well as experimental and narrative projects. Her films have screened in over sixty international festivals and received numerous awards including two CINE Eagles. Her first feature, Odile and Yvette at the Edge of The World, premiered at the prestigious Edinburgh Film Festival and received special recognition from the Film Advisory Board and the Brussels Diamond Film Festival. The PBS series, New Television and The Territory, have presented her work, as well as the cable channel, Classic Arts Showcase. Bridget was the Associate Producer of Mia, a dancer's journey, broadcast on PBS and winner of the 2015 Los Angeles Emmy Award for Arts, Culture and History. Bridget is a Professor of Television, Film and Media Studies at California State University Los Angeles. Professor Murnane is the Director of the TVFM/TVFT Student Media Internship Program and will be on sabbatical in Fall 2017 to work on her new film, Bella, Citizen Artist.