About

Jacqueline Dow

Jacqueline Dow is a writer, director, and producer based in New York City.

 

Jacqueline has produced work for organizations such as the UN and NRDC, among others. She has also produced independent films, which have premiered at SXSW and Dances with Films.

 

As a director, Jacqueline's filmography includes commercials, webseries, short films, and pilots. Her commercial work was awarded by the Porsche Awards and has been shortlisted by the AICP. With her pilot, Little Hope, Jacqueline was a finalist in the 2018 HBO Access Directing Fellowship. Now is Not the Best Time, a webseries she recently directed, premiered at Slamdance 2021. Jacqueline and her directing work have been included in the Director's Guild's New Director's Showcase, ITVFest, Slamdance Film Festival, HollyShorts, Sidewalk Film Festival, Orlando Film Festival, Mammoth Lakes Film Festival, The Lower East Side Film Festival, and more.

 

She received her MFA from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.

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