Ramaa is a filmmaker and activist who directed her first documentary at the age of 16 years old, which won the UNEP Global 500 award. Over the past seventeen years, Mosley has directed feature films and directed and shot hundreds of award-winning commercials. She was named one of Shoot Magazine’s top 10 Female Directors. She is also the founder of Adolescent Content and recently gave a Ted Talk about being a teen director called “The Power of Adolescent Directors”.
In 2012 Mosley won Best Director at the LA First Glace Film Festival for her short film “Grace” and in 2013 she won the audience Choice award at Dance Camera West for her film “In Dreams I Run Wild”. She directed her debut feature film, “The Brass Teapot” starring Juno Temple which premiered at TIFF, was distributed by Magnolia pictures in 2013 and was nominated for the International Critics’ Award (FIPRESCI) and Saturn Award.
In Fall of 2013, Mosley directed the Afghan Segment of “Girl Rising” which was nominated for outstanding documentary at the Image Awards. Since then, she has been a vocal advocate for girls and women’s rights around the world, launching the US social media campaign behind Bring Back Our Girls. In 2015 Mosley once again won the Audience Choice Award for her dance film “Attention” which she shot and directed.
Mosley’s second feature film, “Tatterdemalion“, which she directed and co-wrote, was purchased by Breaking Glass and will be released theatrically in October 2018. The dramatic thriller was shot in the Ozarks and stars Levin Rambin, Taylor John Smith and Jim Parrack.