Sophie Goodhart is a writer and director for film and television. Her feature film My Blind Brother, based on her Oscar shortlisted short film, features Adam Scott (The Secret Life of Walter Mitty), Jenny Slate (Obvious Child) and Nick Kroll (The League, Date Night). It premiered at South by South West, winning the Gamechanger Award (review here) and selling to Starz. Since then My Blind Brother has won the Best US Fiction, Audience Award at the Traverse City Film Festival and the Feature Audience Award at the Aspen Film Festival.
Sophie is currently writing on Sex Education for Eleven Films and Netflix.
Sophie's films have played at sixteen international festivals including Cannes Film Festival, the London Film Festival, Melbourne Film Festival, and the First Run Film Festival. Sophie's more recent projects include her latest feature film The Last Ones, with Weed Road Pictures and Safehouse Pictures, and her co-written film The Locksmith which won the Next Award at Sundance.
Writer & Director
Feature adaptation of Sophie's award winning short film. The rivalry between two brothers reaches a fever pitch during a charity swim competition.
Director & Producer
Netflix is heading into an underground sex therapy clinic with its latest original – teaming up with Eleven Film for Sex Education.