Amelia Moses is writer/director based in Montreal, Canada. She is a recent graduate of the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema at Concordia University. Her most recent short film, “Undress Me” (produced by Mariel Scammell), screened at over thirty festivals worldwide, including the Fantasia Film Festival, Sitges Film Festival and MonsterFest. “Undress Me” had a limited release on Shudder as part of the Nitehawk Film Festival's Midnite Program in early 2018. Amelia’s work has been written about by a number of publications including The Telegraph, Broadly (VICE) and was featured in an article by White Little Lies entitled “Why the future of genre cinema is female.” Her work focuses on the exploration of female anxieties through a horror lens. Her debut feature, "Bleed With Me", a cabin-in-the-woods psychological drama, is currently in post-production.



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