|Born||1970 (age 51–52)|
Lisa Gornick (born 1970) is a British actress, screenwriter, film director, and producer. She is an artist who works in film, performance, TV, and drawing.
Gornick's first feature film was Do I Love You? . It is set in London and revolves around the relationship between Marina (Gornick) and Romy (Raquel Cassidy). In 2014, the British Film Institute included the film in its Top 10 Greatest Movies About Lesbians.Her second feature film, Tick Tock Lullaby is a comedy about the ambivalence around becoming a parent. In 2007, it screened at the San Francisco International LGBT Festival and the Cinequest Film Festival. Gornick's third feature film, The Book of Gabrielle , was created as part of a cross-platform production that also included a book, a web series, and a live drawing show.
Gornick's work for television includes the 2010 short film, Dip , which was made for the BBC Channel 4's Coming Up Season and won the Youth Jury Award for Best Film at Oberhausen Film Festival 2011. Gornick co-starred in the film The Owls (Cheryl Dunye, 2010). She set up the production company Valiant Doll, which makes micro budget feature films.
|2002||Do I Love You?||Marina|
|2007||Tick Tock Lullaby||Sasha|
|2015||Woman in Gold||Frau Neumann|
|2016||The Book of Gabrielle||Gabrielle|
|2002||Do I Love You?||Director, writer, producer||Best Feature Film award at Paris Lesbian and Feminist Film Festival|
|2005||Bed of Fear||Short, director|
|2007||Tick Tock Lullaby||Writer, producer|
|2009||140||Documentary, segment director|
|2010||Coming Up||Director, "Dig"|
|2016||The Book of Gabrielle||Director, writer, producer|
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