Carrie Hawks Director

Carrie A. Hawks (they/them) is a Brooklyn-based, Emmy-nominated filmmaker, designer, and artist. Their award-winning animated documentary black enuf* was funded in part by The Jerome Foundation, broadcast on American public television, and screened at over 40 events including the Ann Arbor and BlackStar Film Festivals. Their art spans a variety of media including drawing, doll-making, and performance and they have exhibited internationally at venues like the Brooklyn Museum of Art, The New Museum, Nelson-Atkins Museum, and The Museum of Fine Arts Houston. They also create motion graphics, multimedia design, and animation for clients like Al Jazeera America, Carnegie Hall, Cartoon Network, and Carnegie Hall.

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