Jennifer Arnold is an Emmy-nominated and award-winning writer, director, and producer working in documentary and narrative formats. Her films tackle varied subjects, from non-monogamy, to poverty, to Glee fans, to sport in the Cold War and have premiered at prestigious festivals around the world, including four separate appearances at Sundance. Arnold has served on juries for Outfest and the Sundance Documentary Film Program and has been an advisor at the Sundance labs in Utah and CNEX workshops in Asia. Her credits include acclaimed feature documentaries A SMALL ACT (HBO), THE DIPLOMAT (ESPN) and TIG (Sundance 2015). She also directed the documentary portion of GLEE: THE 3D CONCERT MOVIE (Fox), AMERICAN MULLET (Palm Pictures), the narrative short MAID OF HONOR (HBO), WHERE THE GIRLS ARE (produced by Ethan Coen), and several online series for Geek & Sundry amongst others. Jennifer attended UCLA’s Graduate Film School and studied African History as an undergrad at Berkeley, University of Nairobi and UCLA. Her home base is Los Angeles, California, where she lives with her wife, the esteemed cinematographer Patti Lee.
Jennifer is currently in post production on her narrative feature, FAT CAMP.
Grant Winning Project: A SMALL ACT