Nadia Hallgren is an award winning filmmaker and cinematographer from the Bronx, New York. She is an alum of International center of Photography and was mentored by filmmaker Kirsten Johnson. Her Director of Photography credits include the Academy award Nominated and Sundance grand jury prize winner Trouble the Water, Citizen Koch, Trapped, Tough Love, War Don Don and The New Black. Nadia has also contributed photography to feature Documentaries including Fahrenheit 9/11, Searching for Sugarman, The Hunting Ground, Suited, Southern Rites, and How To Dance in Ohio.
Nadia is a Cinereach fellow and recently co-directed a short film with Laura Poitras. She has worked closely with top Documentary filmmakers including Michael Moore, Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, Morgan Spurlock, Joe Berlinger, Tia Lessin and Carl Deal.
She has filmed for over a decade internationally including traveling with Gloria Steinem to North Korea this past summer.
Nadia also serves on the board of The Bronx Documentary Center a non profit organization dedicated to sharing photography and film with underserved Bronx Communities.