Amanda Ebert (she/her/hers) is a Mount Vernon, WA-based multidisciplinary artist and entrepreneur who works in film & music, and co-founded Darcy BlueProductions with her partner on their family farm.
Amanda serves on the Board of Directors of Women in Film Seattle, and works in the cinema tech department at SIFF for year-round programming and the SeattleInternational Film Festival. In recent years she’s worked in the cinema tech departments of Tribeca Film Festival and Seattle Queer Film Festival.
Mountain Violet, her directorial debut, premiered at the West Sound Film Festival in 2023, where it won Best Short Narrative Cinematography, and continued on the PNW film festival circuit to Local Sightings, Seattle Film Summit, SeattleQueer Film Festival, Oregon Short Film Festival, and more.
Her production company Darcy Blue Productions serves and empowers nonprofits of the PNW, partnering with environmental, educational, and tribal organizations, while producing narrative work that highlights the inner worlds of women.
Amanda produces & performs independently in Seattle. She is represented byTCM Talent as an actor and voiceover artist, and contributes vocals, keyboards,& percussion as a founding member of Indie-folk bandBabes in Canyon.
Originally from Milwaukee WI, Amanda lived in New York and Los Angeles before moving to Washington-working in theatre, film, & comedy in various capacities-as an actor, producer, devised theatre creator, and collaborator in developing new works. Amanda holds a BFA in Acting with a minor in Arts &Entertainment Management from Pace University School of Performing Arts inNew York City.