Born in an Israeli Kibbutz, Na’ama Keha is an award-winning New York-based filmmaker, currently pursuing her MFA in Film Production at NYU Tisch. She is the recipient of the Tisch Dean’s Fellowship, the ISEF Nina Weiner & Lily Safra International Fellowship, and the 2018 NYU Fusion Film Festival’s Grand Prize for the best graduate film for SHELTER (MIKLAT). In 2018, Na’ama was chosen as the recipient of the Ronit Elkabetz “Rising Star” Pomegranate Award, alongside French film producer and Pomegranate Award recipient, Said Ben Said. In 2014 she wrote, directed and produced KEEP IT COOL, starring two Netflix shows lead Actors, Michael Aloni & Ariel Mortman, which premiered at the Montreal World Film Festival. In 2012 she wrote the short film, NOW AND FOREVER which premiered at the Venice International Film Festival. As part of her studies at NYU, she’s assisted Director Todd Solondz and worked as a Film Editor for Director Mike Newell. She graduated from Tel Aviv University magna cum laude, receiving the Dean’s Award for Excellence. She is currently developing her debut feature project.