Christine Turner is a filmmaker based in New York.  Her critically-acclaimed documentary Homegoings, about a funeral director in Harlem, premiered at Documentary Fortnight at MoMA and was broadcast nationally on the PBS series POV.  Christine's short fiction films have screened at festivals internationally including Sundance and Tribeca.

With over a decade of experience in television, Christine also collaborates on non-fiction series and documentaries for broadcast.  Recent directing credits include the PBS series Art in the Twenty-First Century and “Dead is Better” for the HBO pilot Lenny. She also produced the final episode of Tricky Dick, an original series for CNN.

In 2016, Christine was named 1 of 7 fellows in Sony Pictures Television’s Diverse Directors Program and continues to expand her storytelling skills across genres. Check out her latest short on the artist Kevin Beasley for the celebrated arts nonprofit Art21.