Eboni Price

found her passion for filmmaking as a teenager in Birmingham, AL. She directed her first short film at the age of 17 through a program designed at teaching Black children in the south the art of filmmaking. Now a director/writer based in Los Angeles, CA she aims to bring authentic and profound stories of Black women to the forefront of her lens. Currently working at Shondaland, Eboni’s previous work includes projects under Bad Robot, Legendary Pictures and BET Productions.

In 2020, she was named a Finalist in the Sidewalk Film Festival for her script “Pandemonium”, chronicling the effects of Covid on Black families and has had other work featured in Reel Sisters Film Festival, HuffPost, Shadow & Act, and Black Enterprise. Her 2016 web series, #Adulting, was named a semi-finalist in Los Angeles Cinefest and is now streaming nationwide on Tubi. Her most recent short film, "Hard" was named a recipient of the 2022  Reel Sisters Film Festival Micro-budget Fellowship grant.

In 2023, Eboni completed principal photography on her feature directorial debut with a film called “Free” starring Wendy Raquel Robinson, Clifton Powell and Imani Lewis. Eboni has served as a director’s shadow on Station 19 and for the series Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story filmed in London, UK. She is a graduate of Netflix’s Original Series Director Program and a proud Howard University Alumna in which she received her B.A. in Film Production




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