Rémy Bennett

Rémy Bennett

Rémy Bennett is a filmmaker, writer and curator based in New York City. She earned her BA in acting and drama studies from The Central School of Speech and Drama in London and studied film at SVA in New York. Her feature film debut Buttercup Bill produced by Sadie Frost’s Blonde to Black Productions was released theatrically in the UK and screened at Raindance, The New Orleans Film Festival, and The Marfa Film Festival in 2015. Under Her Skin, a documentary series co directed with her sister Kelsey Bennett premiered at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival and their short documentary Search to Survive was commissioned by Tribeca Studios in collaboration with 23 & Me and was showcased at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival. Bennett’s short serial killer film and art installation Eat Me exhibited at the SPRING/BREAK ART SHOW and was voted in the critics top 10 shows at Armory Week in W Magazine and Gothamist. Her film series GRIT & GORE: NYC HORROR at The Roxy Cinema in NY featured screenings and artist talks with Larry Fessenden, William Lustig, Frank Henenlotter, and Roberta Findlay. Bennett’s writing and art has been featured in Playboy, Vice, Bust and Diabolique, and in 2018 she covered the Oxygen Network’s inaugural true crime convention CrimeCon for Playboy Magazine and the all-female media company The Front where she explored women’s attraction to the true crime genre and profiled the hit horror/crime podcast The Last Podcast On The Left. Rémy has been a guest lecturer and conducted symposiums for The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies and The Toronto True Crime Film Festival curated by Kier-La Janisse where she discussed her work on the late noir and true crime writer John Gilmore. Bennett recently spoke on a panel at the design institute AD/O in Brooklyn for a seminar exploring Fear, Violence, & Monsters in culture, curated by Dr. Nelly Ben Hayoun and was a guest on Ben Hayoun’s podcast. Rémy is currently in production on a feature documentary set amidst a group of progressive female activists in the American South and will soon be releasing a literary true crime podcast.

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