Alicia Rodis is one of the pioneers of the Intimacy Coordinator position. A relatively new role in the film industry, Intimacy Coordinators specialize in training performers and industry professionals to better approach intimate scenes. Alicia will delve into the role of an intimacy coordinator and her experiences working on productions like Mare of Easttown, And Just Like That, and Search Party.
This event was organized in partnership with Body Parts, a documentary feature film having its World Premiere at the 2022 Tribeca Festival.
Alicia Rodis pioneered the role of intimacy coordinator in the United States. She serves as the intimacy coordinator for HBO studios, consulting on their policies and protocols as well as training and vetting the IC's working on HBO sets. She is also the creative director at Intimacy Directors and Coordinators (IDC) which specializes in training performers and industry professionals to better approach intimate scenes, as well as trains and certifies intimacy coordinators for film and intimacy directors and choreographers for theatre. Recent productions she has served include Mare of Easttown, And Just Like That, and Search Party.
Crystal Moselle is a storyteller of both documentary and fiction films. She is best known for her Sundance, Grand Jury award winning documentary, The Wolfpack. Crystal then directed a film Skate Kitchen, which premiered at Sundance 2018 to critical acclaim. In the same year, Crystal was nominated for the Breakthrough Director Award at the Gotham Awards. She recently created the show Betty at HBO.