Charlotte Glynn strives to make fearlessly honest, intimate, character driven films - movies that will make you laugh and cry at the same time. She makes documentary and fiction films that have screened all over the world. Her first feature documentary, Rachel is, a film about her sister who is developmentally disabled, had its broadcast premiere on PBS America reFramed and has screened internationally, including at the True/False Film Festival. Her most recent film, a short narrative, The Immaculate Reception, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. It was a Vimeo Staff Pick, won the Hammer to Nail Short Film Contest and the Special Jury Award at the New Orleans Film Festival, among others. Filmmaker Magazine named Charlotte one of the 25 New Faces in Independent Film. She has been awarded residencies at Yaddo and the Berlin Talent Campus as well as a NYFA fellowship. She is currently developing her first narrative feature which has been supported by the Sundance Institute, the Jerome Foundation and participated in IFP Project Forum, U.S & French Connection, and the Los Cabos Film Festival works in progress. She received her MFA from Columbia University.