Isabel Freeman has been working in documentary film since 2005. She was an Associate Editor on Academy Award-nominated director Edet Belzberg’s Watchers of the Sky, which won the Editing Award at Sundance Film Festival in 2014. She produced and edited the feature-length documentary Stephanie in the Water, which premiered at Hamptons International Film Festival, and edited Jesse Cain’s Slow Burn, which premiered at New York Film Festival. While at Picture Farm in Brooklyn, Isabel worked on a documentary series for Major League Soccer and ESPN’s digital campaign for the World Cup, which won the Sports Emmy and the Sports CLIO in 2015.
Isabel directed Nights of Glory, a documentary short about a queer pub in London. She edited the The Nest, starring Vicky McClure, which screened at London Short Film Festival, Clermont-Ferrand and Tampere, and Valley of a Thousand Hills, which was selected for the 60th San Francisco International Film Festival where it won a Golden Gate Award. She also co-directed two short films with Jamie Brisick—Rhymes With Shove and The Interrogation of Kim Gordon.
In her three years serving as Head of Production for London-based company Huck she produced over 25 short films. She represented Huck at Sheffield Doc/Fest in 2017 as part of the Doc/Dispatch initiative alongside four other commissioners from The Guardian, Al Jazeera, Field of Vision, and The New York Times. Isabel currently lives in Los Angeles.