Julia Ngeow is an Australian filmmaker who has created films across the globe - currently based in New York. She seeks to explore psychology, the physics of reality and interconnectedness in her work.
Ngeow has a STEM background, graduating from a Bachelor of Biophysics (Neuroscience); and previously worked in cancer research at the Australian Cancer Council and Telethon Kids Institute.
Short film EUDAEMONIA screened in Australia, USA and France and won "BEST NARRATIVE SHORT" at the New York Chain Film Festival 2018.
Co-director and cinematographer of documentary UNSPOKEN. The film premiered at Mill Valley Film Festival 2017, screening at numerous festivals and events including SXSW Edu 2018, and a theatrical release at Maysles Documentary Cinema. UNSPOKEN won the ZUKER THEATRE and AUDIENCE Award at Astoria Film Festival 2019. 14 year old co-director Emma Zurcher-Long received the TASH “POSITIVE IMAGES IN THE MEDIA” Award in 2017 for UNSPOKEN, and was featured in i-D and Women You Should Know.
Director of short documentary series I'M MOVING TO MARS, which premiered on Topic.com, and was featured in NY Post and NY Times.
FUN FACT: Julia has played the bagpipes since the age of 12.
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