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Ruthie Doyle is a filmmaker, performer and freelance editor based in Los Angeles and Brooklyn.
Often lyrical and impressionistic, and reiteratively autobiographical, her work makes a non-literal exploration of issues surrounding family, memory, identity, gender and sexuality. She is also influenced by her social justice activism and work in health and healing.
Past projects have appeared on national television and numerous online outlets including MTV, Vice and Bust magazine; in New York art spaces, including Monkey Town, Brooklyn Fireproof and Glasslands Gallery; at the Sundance Film Festival; and in The Museum of Modern Art and the the Arnhem Fashion Biennial (The Netherlands). Works she’s assisted on have also appeared in the Whitney Biennial and The Sundance Film Festival New Frontiers.
Ruthie earned her BA in new genres performance and socio-behavioral public health (with a focus on gender and sexuality) from Sarah Lawrence College and studied photography in Florence, Italy. She later studied as a Master's candidate within NYU Tisch School of the Arts’s Maurice Kanbar Institute of Film and Television; and is currently attending CalArts in pursuit of an MFA in Film/Video.