BIO

Gabrielle Mullem is a documentarian and creative consultant, specializing in film and multi-media production. She is the Director/Producer of the nationally broadcast PBS documentary "The Music's Gonna Get You Through" (produced in partnership with American Public Television/iTVS) and most recently served as a Story/Production Consultant on the opening night selection of the 2016 Margaret Mead Festival, "A Revolution in Four Seasons" and the film "We Are Not Princesses," which had its premiere at Doc NYC 2018 and is partnered with the United Nations Refugee Agency to screen for international refugee populations.

Gabrielle got her start in film in 1995 learning all the ins and outs of production from current Amazon Pictures production head Ted Hope at Good Machine, his original production company with James Shamus (prodco for Ang Lee, Todd Haynes, Nicole Holofcener). She went on to collaborate with Daily Show/Conan O'Brien staff writer Rob Kutner to produce her first short film, Pie Chi, a horror-comedy inspired by her time working odd jobs in New York City as a night baker and martial arts instructor for public school. Pie Chi debuted at the HBO Urban World Festival and later on television on Showtime.

Awards for her work include: Independent Television Service LINCS Partner, The Bay Area Video Coalition's MediaMaker Award, The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation’s Community Partnership Grant and Chicken & Egg Pictures "We Believe In You" Grant.  She is a recipient of the James Beard Foundation's Apicius Scholarship Award for her multi-media work with The New Orleans Times-Picayune online's Food section and has been hosted as a guest artist at both The Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art through the Working Film's Content +Intent Institute Fellowship and as a speaker at The Duke Center For Documentary Studies.

Current Projects

Vignette from The RAISED Project website, launch May 2019

Vignette from The RAISED Project website, launch May 2019

Audio/Digital: RAISED, a multi-platform online storytelling exhibit with companion podcast, launching fully on iTunes in May 2019 with a live presentation at the Full Frame Theater in Durham, NC.

Community Arts/Photo: The Sandbox & the Roof, an East Bay Area photography program that works with local pre-schools and their communities to document culture around free play (site banner photo from collaboration with Berkeley Urban Garden School). Portfolio available upon request.