Hollywood actress Hedy Lamarr was known for her unparalleled beauty and her remarkable onscreen presence. In this documentary, however, reveals a facet that even her most fervent fans are unaware of: as a Jewish and Austrian immigrant, Lamarr was responsible for developing a secret communication system that aided the Allies in the fight against Nazism, and that would come to be the genesis of cell phones. The story of a fascinating woman who hasn’t received a well-deserved recognition - neither in the cinema nor in science. Tribeca, 2017.
É jornalista e produtora, vencedora de um Emmy. Para a TV, produziu diversos documentários sobre economia para o canal Bloomberg, como The Player: Secrets of a Vegas Whale (2014). É sócia fundadora da Reframed Pictures. Este é seu primeiro longa-metragem como diretora.