Sindha Agha is a Los Angeles and London-based filmmaker who has quickly made a name for herself by creating viral digital pieces with distinct & vibrant visuals. Sindha kicked off her career by writing & directing "Birth Control Your Own Adventure," a tragicomic short acquired by The New York Times. "Birth Control" quickly reached 12.5 million organic Facebook views, making it The New York Times’ most popular Op-Doc. The film went on to be accepted into Tribeca and Palm Springs Film Festivals as a part of their official selection.
Sindha has since been awarded two separate Sundance Institute Fellowships, directed two seasons of her critically-acclaimed series “Body Language” for BBC Three, contributed to Radiolab, published work in The Atlantic and been nominated for “Video of the Year” by the Society of Publication Designers.