Ramaa Mosley is a Director/Writer who made her first film at the age of 16 years old. Over the past twenty years, Mosley has directed two feature films and three documentaries, hundreds of award winning commercials and TV episodes. Mosley is the Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of Adolescent Content, a youth focused advertising agency and production company dedicated to creating pathways for emerging diverse talent.
Mosley’s first feature, The Brass Teapot starring Juno Temple premiered at TIFF, was distributed by Magnolia in 2013 and won the Saturn critics award. In Fall of 2014, Mosley directed the Afghan Segment of “Girl Rising” which was nominated for Outstanding Documentary at the Image Awards.
Mosley’s second feature film, “Lost Child” premiered at Bentonville film fest and was released in theaters in September 2018 and is on HULU; it won Best Narrative feature at KC film festival and Best Actress at the 64th Taormina Film Festival in Italy and was listed on the Los Angeles Times most overlooked films of 2018.
Mosley recently directed episodes 4 and 6 of The Night Agent for Netflix. Previously, she directed episodes 3 and 4 for Peter Moffat’s 61st Street and recently directed the final 2 episodes of season 2 of 61st Street.
Mosley was selected for NBC’s Female Forward Program in 2019 and has since directed multiple TV episodes, include work for The Night Agent on Netflix, episodes of 61st Street including the finale for AMC, as well as the mid-season premier for East NY for CBS and multiple episodes of Manifest for Netflix.