Talent Guide

Krisy Gosney

  • Discipline:Director, Writer
  • Program Year:Directing Lab 2013, Screenwriting Lab 2012


Krisy Gosney is a native Californian. Her script Folsom Street won the screenwriting grant from the San Francisco Film Society/KRF and participated in the 2010 IFP IFW Emerging Narrative program. The script was also a semi-finalist in the 2010 Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting. Gosney made several award-winning shorts (Gator Armstrong Plays With Dolls, Wanted) and has written several shorts for award-winning directors (Peeling, Between You and Me). Her stage-plays include Are These Your Panties? (Bay Area Critic’s Pick) and Take It Like A Man.

Gosney has an MFA in Screenwriting from UCLA. Shea’s also the recipient of the James A. Michener Fellowship, Carl David Memorial Fellowship and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Screenwriting Fellowship. Currently, she is an executive producer on Dead History Project (www.deadhistoryproject.com), a web series featuring paranormal investigation and historical research. Gosney currently splits her time between Hollywood and Oakland, California.

Current Project

Folsom Street


In early 1990s San Francisco, a lesbian couple undergoes shock waves of changing perception and identity when one of them changes sex while their neighborhood is pillaged by the Dot Com boom.