Years Experience: 18
Born in Tel Aviv, Rosenthal is based in New York where she graduated from the NYU Tisch School of Arts with a BFA Hons in Film & Television in 1998.
Her short, stop-motion animations 'A Buck’s Worth' (2005) and 'Crazy Glue' (1998) have screened around the world and won numerous awards. Rosenthal made 'A Buck’s Worth', an interpretation of the opening scene of '$9.99' as a stand-alone film, to raise finance for the feature.
'A Buck’s Worth' premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Rosenthal has been a recipient of the Richard Vague $100,000 Production Fund Award, the Maryland Producers’ Club Award (2002) and a Fellow of both the Sundance Writers’ and Directors’ Labs in 2001. '$9.99' is Tatia Rosenthal’s feature debut.
Education: NYU Tisch School of the Arts BFA with Honors in Film and TV, 1994-1998.
Spoken Languages: English