Films, Bio, Contact Information
Lisa Ferber is a prolific satirist whose comedies of manners and whimsical paintings celebrate glamorous eccentrics and objects of indulgence. She is the creator, writer, and a star of the feature film The Sisters Plotz (directed by Lisa Hammer, and starring Eve Plumb, Lisa Ferber, and Lisa Hammer), which screened in Hollywood at Grauman's Egyptian Theatre. It originally premiered at New York City's Anthology Film Archives after launching as a Top Five Most-Watched video on FunnyorDie.com.
Ms. Ferber’s film Whimsellica’s Grand Inheritance won the audience vote in the It Came From Kuchar Festival, and her play Bonbons for Breakfast was a New York magazine notable production. She starred in the final film of underground icon Doris Wishman, Each Time I Kill, featuring cameos by filmmaker John Waters and B-52s frontman Fred Schneider, and she studied lyric writing with the Tony-honored BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop. She has read her stories at KGB, Barbes, Sunday Salon, Dirty Laundry, and other venues, and her work is published in the anthology Have a NYC (Three Rooms Press).
Her paintings have been exhibited at the National Arts Club, the Painting Center, Local Project, Chashama, NY Studio Gallery, Abrazo Interno Gallery, Manhattan Borough President's Office, Governors Island Art Fair, Mayson Gallery, and other venues. Her self-portrait was the marketing image for Estrogenius Festival 2016, and her illustrations have been published in Zelda magazine. She has sold to private collectors in New York, Paris, and Los Angeles. She derives much creative stimulation from hometown of New York City.
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