Deborah Wallace is an Emmy-nominated Producer, Writer, Director, and Performer working in both film and theatre. She has collaborated as a Producer on many films including the Academy Award nominated, Emmy winning documentary film, Gasland. Deborah produced its sequel Gasland, Part II for HBO, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2013 and went on to win the Environmental Media Association Award for Best Documentary, Cinema Eye Honors and an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Research. In addition, Wallace produced the films The Sky is Pink, Divest, Occupy Sandy, and How To Let Go Of The World And Love All The Things Climate Can’t Change (Released by HBO in 2016), Artists Against Fracking (for Yoko Ono and Sean Lennon), and Brave Girls which premiered at DOCNYC in 2018. She produced and co-wrote, Blood on the Mountain, which was released by Netflix in 2017, honored by the International Documentary Association, and for which she received a second Emmy nomination for Outstanding Historical Documentary. As a performer in the theatre, Wallace has toured nationally and internationally with some of the most acclaimed artists in the world including: Anne Bogart/SITI Company, Ann Hamilton, Richard Foreman, John Zorn, and International WOW Company. As a Director and Playwright, Wallace’s work has been presented at HERE Arts, New Dance Group, Ars Nova, The Ohio Theatre, The Ontological-Hysteric Theatre, and ODURep Theatre. Wallace has led workshops and/or been an artist-in-residence at New York Stage and Film, Vassar College, New York University, Grinnell College, Notre Dame, Emerson College, University of Maryland, Barry Art Museum, and Chiang Mai Art Museum. Wallace is a proud member of Actors Equity and the Documentary Producers Alliance. Wallace is also a member of the Film Faculty at Old Dominion University where she teaches Intro to Filmmaking, and Social Justice Documentary.
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