LYN d'ANGONA has recently completed production on the feature documentary BETWEEN THE WHITE LINES which chronicles the 2000 season of the UCLA Women's Softball team as they journey to the College World Series to defend their national title.
d'Angona's directing experience includes 2nd Unit Director on the $15 million feature MEGIDD0:THE OMEGA CODE 2, an Armageddon action adventure film for Gener8xion Entertainment. Known for her skill and experience at extreme filming, i.e. explosions, special effects, car stunts, fight sequences, water stunts and robotics, she has directed 2nd Unit on other feature films such as LEPRECHAUN IV, PINOCCHIO'S REVENGE and BACKSTREET JUSTICE.
Her directorial debut, LULU ASKEW, a thirty-minute short starring Lisa Eichhorn and Stanley Tucci won the "Audience Favorite Award" at the Palm Spring International Film Festival, the Los Angeles Women In Film Festival and New York Women In Film Festival. Following this success, she directed THE TRAIN (1995), an episode for Showtime's FIRST LOVE series.
In addition to directing, d'Angona has been a 1st Assistant Director on feature films since 1987 working on such art-house favorites as BIG NIGHT (1996) and GODS AND MONSTERS (1998). On her way up to 1st Assistant Director status, d'Angona worked for such prestigious directors as Ed Zwick on GLORY (1989), Phil Alden Robinson on FIELD OF DREAMS (1988) Leonard Nimoy on THE GOOD MOTHER (1988) and Steven Soderbergh on KING OF THE HILL (1993). d'Angona's television experience includes 1st Assistant Director for X-FILES (2000-2001) and BOOMTOWN (2002-2003).
d'Angona worked in Boston as a Camera Operator and Assistant Director on various documentaries, local television productions and commercials. In 1983, she was Camera Operator on the award winning PBS PAPER TIGER series. As a student at Ithaca College, d'Angona won two Nissan Focus Film Awards for her documentary film, EMBODIED DISEMBODIED, and short narrative film, DIARY.
d'Angona currently lives in Hollywood, California.