Lindsey Copeland is a writer and director based in Los Angeles. She holds a B.A. in History of Art from Boston University and an MA in Creative Writing from Brunel University London. She began her film career in 2010 at Atlantic Pictures in New York City working for two independent film producers. After directing several short films and music videos, Copeland made her first feature film, Girls Night, in 2013. The film played at multiple film festivals including the Big Apple Film Festival, Woods Hole Film Festival and Gasparilla International Film Festival. The film also received coverage in the Boston Globe. Her second feature film, Hedgehog, starring Madeline Brewer (Hustlers, Handmaids Tale) and Ann Dowd (Hereditary, Handmaids Tale) premiered at the 2017 Cinequest Film Festival and was acquired by Toronto based distributor Syndicado. The film won Best Director and Best Actress at the 2017 Philadelphia Independent Film Festival as well as Best Feature Film at the 2017 LA Indie Film Fest. Copeland is also an instructor and lecturer with Actor's Connection Los Angeles and a member of Film Fatales.