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Gabrielle Fulton

Gabrielle Fulton is an award-winning filmmaker and playwright born in Athens, Georgia, and raised in Atlanta. She received her BA from Columbia University, and her MFA in Writing for the Screen & Stage from Northwestern University. Gabrielle is currently Visiting Professor of Screenwriting at Kennesaw State University. Her short film Ir/Reconcilable received a broadcast deal from HBO and was awarded official selection status at both the American Black Film Festival in New York City and the Atlanta Film Festival. Among other works, Gabrielle also directed the documentary short If We So Choose, about the 1964 public accommodations protests to integrate The Varsity restaurant in Athens, GA. Her play Uprising was a Rolling World Premiere with productions in Atlanta, GA and Alexandria, VA. Photo by Roni Nicole