Roxy Rezvany is a British filmmaker of Iranian-Malaysian-Chinese descent.
She has been recognised by The Dots as one of their Creative Trailblazers of 2018 and featured twice in Broadcast Magazine as new UK talent, and a ‘one to watch’ director. After a career in television which included producing on the twice Emmy-nominated programme, ‘Gaycation’ starring Ellen Page and Executive Produced by Spike Jonze, her cinematic directorial debut ‘Little Pyongyang’, a short film about North Korean refugees in London, premiered in competition at CPH: Dox Festival in 2018 and had its UK Premiere at the Oscar qualifying festival, Sheffield Doc/Fest. She’s been featured in The Guardian, i-D magazine, It’s Nice That, Refinery 29, Huck magazine and on BBC World News as a director, and she has received support from One World Media for her next documentary.
Her work focuses on women, youth culture, immigrant experiences and people of colour.