Aurora Brachman is a documentary filmmaker drawn to intimate stories about relationships between families and communities. She is a graduate of the MFA program in Documentary Film at Stanford University, a Sundance Ignite Fellow, and a National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences fellow. Her short film, Club Quarantine, about a virtual queer dance party, premiered on the New York Times Op-Docs. And her short, Joychild, about a young gender-expansive child, was acquired by The New Yorker. She is also the recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship in filmmaking to the Pacific Island nation of Kiribati. Additionally, Aurora worked on the SHOWTIME docuseries, Couples Therapy, as well as the Sundance award-winning documentary feature, The Fight. Her work has screened at numerous festivals including Sundance, True/False, Hot Docs, AFI Docs, and Palm Springs Shorts Fest. Aurora primarily makes work about the experiences of Black, brown, and Queer people and is committed to collaborative and ethical storytelling.