Marion Hill is a New Orleans based filmmaker and video director & editor. Her roots spread from Vietnam and England to France and the U.S.
Marion's work is devoted to narratives and visuals of queer femininity. A musician since age four, she almost always begins a visual concept with music: what she believes to be the root of cultural expression. Through short films, music videos, and feature films, her direction of the camera serves as means to authentically center queer & poc sexuality, sensuality, and femme power across cultures.
She is also the assistant director of video at WWOZ 90.7FM New Orleans, producing music-related content from live capture to mini-doc with local artists.
As part of the New Orleans Film Society's 2018 Emerging Voices program, she is currently in development for her first feature film:
MA BELLE MY BEAUTY (click to learn more)
She received a B.A. from Northwestern University with a major in Film and a focus in Directing for the Screen. She also studied business and political science.
“I am made and remade continually. Different people draw different words from me.”
- Virginia Woolf, THE WAVES