Noa Osheroff is a writer, director, and comedy producer based in New York.
She is a graduate of the Tisch School of Film and Television at Tel Aviv University, and she moved to New York in 2015.
Noa just completed her third short film as a writer/director titled “Sofa So Good” starring Nataly Aukar and Hiam Abbass (Succession). It is set for release later this year.
Noa was an associate and development producer at Rustic Canyon Pictures in New York and at Green Productions in Israel, and oversaw the development of both fiction and documentary projects such as “How to Rob Banks for Dummies” by Maxim Pozdorvokin (Sundance alum, 2020 release), “Youth” by Tom Shoval (2013 Berlin Film Festival, New Directors/New Films, etc.) and the short “Summer Vacation” by Tal Granit and Sharon Maymon (2013 Sundance, shortlisted for the Oscars).
Noa is also a comedy producer. She iss the founder of the live standup show “Speak American”, a TimeOut NY Critics’ Pick event, focusing on recent immigrants to the US and their stories.