The New School Professor, Emerging Media Creator/Researcher, Filmmaker
Sonja Bozic is a multi-award-winning filmmaker and professor. Serbian native and New York City based, she has edited, directed, and produced a wide range of video forms that have been screened at the festivals internationally, including the Cannes Film Festival, and she participated in the 2013 Tribeca Hackathon as part of Frontline/ProPublica team. Sonja was on the committee of organizers for the Media Festival at the 2009 NAB/BEA conference in Las Vegas. Sonja is currently teaching film editing and transmedia at the New School, New York City and transmedia at Montclair State University, New Jersey. She earned her Ph.D. in Transmedia Storytelling at Ohio University, where her transmedia research was nominated for the Trisolini Fellowship Award. She attended Producing Fundamentals Intensive at SPS NYU. Sonja is currently working on her VR project “Chocolate Milk,” an immersive exploration of a mind of a person with autism.