Christina Alexandra Voros is a Brooklyn-based director and cinematographer, recognized by IFP’s Filmmaker Magazine as one of their “25 New Faces in Independent Film.” The only member of her family not to be born in Hungary, Christina was raised in Cambridge, MA, where she later attended Harvard University. Her careers prior to filmmaking have included that of a stage actor, restaurateur and nationally-ranked saber fencer. The recipient of a Dean’s Fellowship at NYU’s Tisch School of the Art’s Graduate Department of Film and Television, Christina was awarded a Graduate Assistantship in cinematography in 2006.
Her first documentary film, The Ladies, received Grand Jury Prizes at Slamdance, Chicago International, GenArt, San Francisco International, Seattle International, Expression en Corto, Ojai, Vancouver and Edmonton International Film Festivals in 2008, and was selected by Spike Lee as the Grand Prize winner of the international Babelgum Film Festival in 2009. In 2010 she completed 127 Hours: An Extraordinary View the documentary portrait of director Danny Boyle’s Oscar nominated picture, released on the Fox Searchlight blu-ray of the film. Her most recent documentary KINK premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2013.
As a cinematographer Ms. Voros’ recent narrative work includes As I Lay Dying,Child of God, The Broken Tower and Sal for director James Franco. Her documentary cinematography includes Saturday Night (SXSW, Tribeca), and Let Freedom Sing, for Emmy award-winner Jon Goodman (PBS)