Ramaa Mosley made her first film at age sixteen, the documentary
We Can Make a Difference, about global pollutions's effect on
childeren. The documentary was screened around the world and went on
to win a United Nations' Global 500 Award in Geneva, Switzerland.
That same year, Ramaa enrolled at Bennington College in Vermont, where
she studied theater, literature and photography. Upon graduating
Ramaa was hired by the Dutch government to direct a documentary on
the Aymara Indians of Bolivia. Within months, Ramaa had seven
offers to sign as a director with the top commercial companies and soon
she was directing music videos
for bands such as The B-52s
, Brendan Benson, Creed and
Five for Fighting Ramaa has since been
directing award winning national and international
commercials for clients such as
, PGA, Pedigree, Walmart and
ESPN. Ramaa just finished posting spots
for ESPN and Microsoft Kinect.
Ramaa won best director at the First Glance Film Festival for her short film “Grace”.
In 2011 she won the Audience Choice Award at Dance Camera West for her
film “In Dreams I Run Wild”. This fall, Ramaa’s feature film directing
debut “The Brass Teapot”,
a comedy starring Juno Temple and Michael Angarano, premiered at the
Toronto International Film Festival. The film will be released in theaters
April 5th by Magnolia Pictures.
Most recently, Ramaa directed the Afghanistan segment of 10x10's documentary film
"Girl Rising" which opened in theaters March 7th.