is a filmmaker living in Los Angeles.
A native New Yorker (adopted and
shipped from Kentucky, like a box of whiskey,) she is a Spielberg fellow, Scholastic Golden Key award-winner,
and Grand Prize Winner of Aspen Films’ Independent By Nature contest.
She is the creator, writer, director
and star of the cult TV show, FANCY NANCY’S FUNNY HOUR, and was featured
as one of Paper Magazine's Most Beautiful People.
Faryl’s debut, award-winning film,
MARY MEET GRACE, just finished its festival run. Her upcoming films
ANY SIGN AT ALL and WHEN IT'S HARD
are about to begin their festival seasons. Faryl is in post production
on her queer Edward Hopper-esque
short, ALL IT TOOK, and is in pre production on her first and second feature films, PALE and SHOW PEOPLE.
Aside from writing and directing, Faryl co-wrote, produced, and starred in Joe Maggio's feature, BLISS, which premiered at SLAMDANCE. PRAISE FOR BLISS: