Anne Sobel

Media Studies, Theatre
BA, Indiana University
MFA, Northwestern University

Anne Sobel has written and produced film and television work in Chicago, D.C., London, Paris, Kuwait, and Doha. She was an associate producer on the feature-length documentary, The Workers Cup, which had its World Premiere at Sundance in 2017, where it was selected as the Opening Night film. The Workers Cup played at festivals and on television around the world before debuting on the long-running PBS documentary series, POV. Anne is currently producing, Represent, a feature-length documentary on first-time female candidates running for office, which is in development with the Academy and Emmy-award nominated documentary powerhouse, Kartemquin Films. Anne’s fiction work includes a four book graphic novel series, Asra & the Orphan Moon, which was picked up by Bloomsbury Qatar. The book is due out in 2019 and will be published in Arabic, English, and French. Anne is currently developing female-centered comedies for Netflix International and Amazon Prime with Image Nation, the Abu Dhabi-Based film financier. Before coming to Wolcott School, Anne spent six years teaching at Northwestern University in Qatar.