Loria King

Consultant, Filmmaker, and Photographer in United States

Loria King is an independent documentary filmmaker and photographer with an M.F.A. in film from Columbia University. She began her filmmaking journey as a stills photography intern on Forty Acres and a Mule Filmworks' production of "Clockers." She has gained credits as a screenwriter, producer, director, and editor on various projects. Her graduate thesis film captured the attention of esteemed film producer Michael Housman as well as the Urban World Film Festival.

Loria's passion for her craft led her to share her real-world experience with students as a film professor in the classroom. She also taught outside the classrooms in Africa, Asia, and South America, guiding college students as they produced narrative-based documentaries for national government organizations. Her project, "Black America Is…," an exploration of Black identity, was selected as part of the 2020 Film Independent/CNN Docuseries. Loria's work challenges and examines false narratives regarding women, Blacks, Indigenous peoples, and people of color.

  • Work
    • Integrative Health Consultant
  • Education
    • Sarah Lawrence College
    • Columbia University
    • Emperor's College