Directed by Adinah Dancyger

Directed by Adinah Dancyger

Adinah Dancyger is a Korean-Polish, first-generation American filmmaker from NYC. Her short films have screened at various festivals: "Moving" (NYFF, Slamdance), "Cheer Up Baby" (Sundance, NYFF), and "Chopping Onions" (Berlinale).

Directed by Adinah Dancyger
  • Moving

    The act of transporting an old mattress into a new walk-up apartment becomes absurdist one-woman choreography in this wordless vignette. Directed by Adinah Dancyger. Starring Hannah Gross.

  • There Is A River

    Four music videos flow together in this dreamy and entrancing short film. “There is A River” includes tracks from the indie pop musician Okay Kaya’s second album, “Watch This Liquid Pour Itself,” to create an experimental work of beautifully captured moods and places, delivered with a mix of Mini...

  • Cheer Up Baby

    In New York City, a young woman reckons with being sexually assaulted by a stranger on the train. This powerful drama moves in small waves, accumulating resonance with each exchange. Written, Directed by Adinah Dancyger. Starring India Salvor Menuez.

  • Chopping Onions

    A young girl struggles to make sense of her multi-cultural heritage against the backdrop of New York City. A sharp portrait which folds in themes like assimilation, identity, and Korean barbecue. Directed by Adinah Dancyger.