Allegra Oxborough
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Allegra Oxborough

(She/Her)
Director
Oxborough’s work has screened at festivals and museums worldwide, including Paris Film Week, and the Center for Contemporary Art in Gdańsk. Her debut film “Distance” was praised by NoBudge for its “intoxicating ability to capture private conversations with dead-on accuracy.”

Full Bio
Allegra Oxborough combines intimate ethnographic practices with narrative storytelling to explore interiority through film. Their docu-fiction short, “Distance,” was praised by NoBudge.com for its “intoxicating ability to capture private conversations with dead-on accuracy,” and by Short of the Week for “Amazing performances and direction.” Oxborough’s recent film works have screened at festivals and museums worldwide, including the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Fotofilm Festival in Istanbul, and Paris Film Week. Their forthcoming feature documentary, “Tsai,” focuses on the relationship of father-son cybernetics artists Wen-Ying and London Tsai, and premieres in 2023 at the Contemporary Art Museum in Gdansk, Poland. "Blue-Green Music," Oxborough’s debut narrative feature film, was shot in 2022 on-location in the US and Denmark, with support from The Artists Association of Nantucket and Beast Gallery.

Professional Credits
Blue-Green Music (2024)
Director
Narrative Feature

Forms of Balance (2023)
Director
Documentary Feature

A Blue Morning (2022)
Director
Narrative Short

Sound-Bodies (2021)
Director
Experimental Short

The Endless Sleepover (2021)
Director
Webseries

Clyde in Mulberry (2019)
Director
Documentary Short

Fear (2019)
Director
Music Video

Distance (2018)
Director
Narrative Short

Us (2018)
Director
Music Video
Industry Awards
The Endless Sleepover, Fotofilm (Istanbul, Turkey): International Best Webseries
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