Gabrielle C. Burton
Gabrielle directed MANNA FROM HEAVEN. She wrote, produced, and acted in the feature film TEMPS, and is currently working on developing it into a t.v. series. Gabrielle also co-produced JUST FRIENDS. As an undergrad at Harvard/Radcliffe, she wrote and directed the full length plays SAGE AND TIME and CLUB VENUS at the ART's Loeb Ex theater, and was featured on the Voice Of America program and in the Harvard CRIMSON as a talented young artist. She was awarded summa cum laude for her creative writing thesis Where The Best Is Like The Worst. A work-study scholar at the Bread Loaf Writer's Conference in 1995, she was invited back as staff in 1996. After an Isobel Briggs scholarship to study at Berklee College of Music, she won a Rotary Scholarship to study film at the Ecole Superieure d'Audio-Visuel in Toulouse, France, where she received a DEUP degree with High Honors for her work. SAGE AND TIME, one of the shorts she wrote and directed while in France, was selected for the 1996 La Corrida Int'l Film Festival in France. Gabrielle worked on the television program LAW & ORDER, where she trailed two directors in their director training program. She also regularly acts in films, plays, and commercials.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
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|Occupation||Director, Actor, Writer|