Lindsey Dryden (she/her) is an Emmy® award-winning film producer and director based in Austin TX and the UK. She produced Sundance Special Jury Award-winning Unrest (2017, PBS/Netflix) and Emmy-winning Trans In America (2018, ACLU/CondeNast them) and executive produced Ahead of the Curve (2020, Starz) and BIFA-nominated The Forgotten C (2020, Uncertain Kingdom). She wrote and directed Lost and Sound (2012, SXSW), Jackie Kay: One Person, Two Names (2017, Tate Queer British Art), and Close Your Eyes And Look At Me (2009, True/False). Lindsey is a co-founder of FWD-Doc: Filmmakers with Disabilities, where she leads projects including the FWD-Doc Toolkit for Inclusion & Accessibility: Changing the Narrative of Disability in Documentary Film and the FWD-Doc Engagement Pack. She is also a proud member of QueerDoc, a 2022 Sundance Institute Documentary Producers Lab Fellow and a full voting member of the film and TV chapter of BAFTA. She is currently producing three feature documentaries, directing two queer docs, and writing a feature script.