Robyn Hussa Farrell

Robyn Hussa Farrell

Director / Producer
White Elephant Enterprises, Inc.

Robyn Hussa Farrell is an award-winning New York City producer with over 30 years of expertise producing live and digital productions.

Full Bio
Robyn Hussa Farrell has won awards as NYC theatre and film producer, and community journalist. Robyn has over 25 years of work in entertainment and runs White Elephant Enterprises, a full-service production company in San Diego, CA. She directed and produced the critically acclaimed “Highland Video Village” public art installation, funded through a $1M grant from Bloomberg Philanthropies. Developed over the course of 1.5 years working directly with residents of a challenged community to teach documentary storytelling and community journalism techniques, the results of “Video Village” directly led to residents taking political action.

Robyn produced the documentary series, The Walking Hospital: Road to Lomanthang and The Walking Hospital: Kathmandu which were exhibited at Rubin Museum of Art in 2009 and as part of the Nursing Nepal installation in 2011. The Walking Hospital: Lomanthang was featured at the 2012 Napa Valley Film Festival.

Hussa co-founded the award-winning Transport Group Theatre Company i

Professional Credits
Director, Sylvia The Wood Nymph, feature length documentary (in production); Producer, The Walking Hospital Kathmandu; Producer, The Walking Hospital Lomanthang; Director and Producer, Highland Video Village - a multi-media installation for Seeing Spartanburg in a New Light public art initiative; Director and Producer, Speaking Out About Eating Disorders; Director and Producer, Beneath the Floorboards; Director and Producer, Eating Disorders 101.
Industry Awards
2007 Drama Desk Award, NYC
2010 Champion in Women's Health Award, Wisconsin Women's Foundation
2017 Women of Distinction Award, Girl Scouts of South Carolina
2017 InnoVISION award, South Carolina Research Authority
2018 Martin Luther King Jr. Humanitarian Award, City of Spartanburg, SC