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Lisa Ronkowski has an extensive and vibrant background in the arts. With a hands on approach to her work she has assisted Charlie Hanson (Producer: Where Hands Touch, After Life) and Al Campell ( Director: Drifters, Man Down) and has worked as a television post production edit assistant for a variety of programmes including BBC, Channel 4 and ITV.

She is a multifaceted artist who has worked as both a performer and film editor. She is currently appearing as the lead in award winning horror “The Nocnitsa” by Andy Taylor. This is currently circulating film festivals worldwide and has already won best horror at Los Angeles Film Award, South African Independent film festival and was screened and with a discussion panel at Minikino, Bali. Lisa was also invited onto the Q&A panel when the film was selected to showcase at IndieFlicks Liverpool.

In theatre, Lisa has had extensive experience in directing and acting. She will be reprising the role of Eva in “It Kind of Looks Like a Doughnut” by Holly Boyden at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2021 after touring Nottingham Playhouse, Wolverhampton Arena and the Rosemary Branch London, supported by Arts Council England. Her passion for contemporary dance has also brought her to perform in Adrian Del Arroyo's dance company HuMo where she has premiered works such as “Oscuro” at Sadler's Wells and her own written work

 

 

 

Lisa Ronkowski has an extensive and vibrant background in the arts. With a hands on approach to her work she has assisted Charlie Hanson (Producer: Where Hands Touch, After Life) and Al Campell ( Director: Drifters, Man Down) and has worked as a television post production edit assistant for a variety of programmes including BBC, Channel 4 and ITV.

She is a multifaceted artist who has worked as both a performer and film editor. She is currently appearing as the lead in award winning horror “The Nocnitsa” by Andy Taylor. This is currently circulating film festivals worldwide and has already won best horror at Los Angeles Film Award, South African Independent film festival and was screened and with a discussion panel at Minikino, Bali. Lisa was also invited onto the Q&A panel when the film was selected to showcase at IndieFlicks Liverpool.

In theatre, Lisa has had extensive experience in directing and acting. She will be reprising the role of Eva in “It Kind of Looks Like a Doughnut” by Holly Boyden at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2021 after touring Nottingham Playhouse, Wolverhampton Arena and the Rosemary Branch London, supported by Arts Council England. Her passion for contemporary dance has also brought her to perform in Adrian Del Arroyo's dance company HuMo where she has premiered works such as “Oscuro” at Sadler's Wells and her own written work