A community-focused writer, director and producer, Zoë Eisenberg creates stories and spaces in and about her home on the big island of Hawai’i. She is the co-founder and Executive Director of the Made in Hawaii Film Festival and Aerial Arts Hawaii, an aerial circus performing arts company and training space housed in downtown Hilo.
Most recently, Zoë produced the 2022 Tribeca Studios short film Inheritance in partnership with Netflix and Gold House. Zoë is a 2021 ‘Ohina Film Lab Fellow and the recipient of the 2021 ‘Ohina Greenlight award, as well as a 2021 Hawai’i Wahine in Filmmaking Fellow, 2020 Creative Lab Hawai’i Directing Fellow, and 2019 Creative Lab Hawai’i Producing Fellow. She is an active member of both Film Fatales and Women in Film, and her 2019 debut feature Stoke was shown theatrically across the state of Hawai’i. Her work has played on PBS and Hawaiian Airlines. Her creation of the pandemic-inspired performance art series Live From the Empty Palace earned her a nomination for the 2021 and 2022 Nā Hōkū Hanohano Award (Hawaiian Grammys). As a screenwriter, Zoë has placed in the Page Awards and the Austin Film Festival Script Competition.
She is represented by Abby Walters with CAA.