Emily Hagins

Emily Hagins wrote and directed her first feature film when she was 12-years-old, and her experiences chronicled in the documentary Zombie Girl: The Movie. Now 22, Emily has written and directed four features (most recently Grow Up, Tony Phillips) and is living in Los Angeles.

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Talks

Talkhouse Film Contributors Remember George A. Romero

By Filmmakers | July 17, 2017

Talkhouse Film Contributors Remember George A. Romero

Lloyd Kaufman, Darren Lynn Bousman, Larry Fessenden, Rodney Ascher, Emily Hagins and more remember the much-loved father of the zombie movie.

Emily Hagins (Grow Up, Tony Phillips) Talks Paul Weitz’s Grandma

By Emily Hagins | August 25, 2015

Emily Hagins (Grow Up, Tony Phillips) Talks Paul Weitz’s Grandma

Watching this new Sundance drama prompts a discussion of the issues around men making films about and aimed at women, and vice versa.

Emily Hagins (Grow Up, Tony Phillips) Talks Andrew Disney’s Balls Out

By Emily Hagins | June 18, 2015

Emily Hagins (Grow Up, Tony Phillips) Talks Andrew Disney’s Balls Out

As indie comedies are becoming increasingly bland, this one stands out from the crowd by being a studio-style spoof.