Dalila Droege

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Dalila Droege received her MFA in Film Writing and Directing at Columbia College Chicago. She recently completed her thesis film, Voice Lessons, about a young Muslim Indian woman studying classical music in the US. She wrote and directed The Girls of Alden, a narrative which has won festival awards for directing, performance and cinematography. Droege began her career as a solo classical pianist after receiving her Bachelor’s of Music at age 19. In addition to her work as a director, Droege has worked extensively as a sound editor and re-recording mixer for film. Droege is currently a 2011 Project: Involve fellow at Film Independent in Los Angeles.

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