Eva Orner

Eva’s latest film BIKRAM: Yogi, Guru, Predator premiered at TIFF 2019 and is a Netflix Original, screened at DOCNYC as the festival centerpiece. It was released globally in November 2019. Eva’s directing credits also include Chasing Asylum, which tackles Australia’s treatment of refugees and asylum seekers, Out Of Iraq which follows a gay Iraqi couple over a decade as they try to stay alive and together and seek asylum in the US and The Network, set behind the scenes at the largest and most successful television network in Afghanistan. Chasing Asylum won best feature documentary at the Australian Academy Awards (AACTAS) in 2016. Out Of Iraq premiered at LA Film Festival, was the first LGBT film to screen at the UN in New York. It won an Emmy was nominated for a GLAAD award and premiered on US TV on Logo. The Network was released theatrically in the US in October 2014 and was acquired by Netflix. Eva’s producing credits include the feature documentaries Taxi to The Dark Side for which she won an Academy and Emmy award, Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S Thompson which premiered in competition at Sundance 2007, The Human Behavior Experiments for Sundance and Herbie Hancock’s Possibilities for Magnolia.