photo by Sydney Lowe
Gemma Doll-Grossman is an LA-based cinematographer.
She graduated from AFI Conservatory in 2019 with an MFA in Cinematography. She is currently a cinematography fellow of Film Independent's Project Involve.
She lensed Isabella Torre's short film Luna Piena (Full Moon) which screened at Venice Film Festival's Critics' Week 2021.
Her features - Seabold Kreb's psychological drama Bury Me When I'm Dead and Matt Hardy's Dogme 95-inspired Bare - are both currently in post-production. She is in pre-production for Francisco Ordoñez's neo-noir feature The Low End Theory, set to shoot summer 2022.
A San Franciscan with Wesleyan University degrees in Film Studies and Biology, Gemma is fluent in Italian after working in Rome and Calabria for years, namely with writer / director Jonas Carpignano.
She is committed to capturing untapped perspectives, utilizing experimental techniques, and exploring sexuality, grief and body horror.