Lizzy’s work is “funny and a little too true” - The Washington Post
Lizzy Bryce is a filmmaker, producer, and writer in New York City. Previously a finalist in The WB’s Emerging Directors Program, her creative projects have been featured in The New York Times, Splitsider, Gothamist, Brokelyn, and The Washington Post — who called her writing, "funny, and a little too true.”
Lizzy currently co-leads the Manhattan Chapter of Filmshop, a non-profit community for independent filmmakers. After working as a Producer/Director at UCB Comedy, Lizzy co-founded indie production company Carbonated Films, where she directs comedic content for brands and artists with comedian Matt Fisher (30 Rock). Clients include: Major League Soccer, Tushy Bidet, Gatherer Entertainment, and Try Anyway Productions.
Her original series, SHAM, was selected as IndieWIRE’s Project of the Day and she was named by KitSplit as one of Six Inspiring Women to Watch in Film and Photography. Lizzy’s a proud member of Liz Kimball’s Collective, New York Women in Film & TV, and the League of Professional Theatre Women.