Hannah Rothfield is a freelance production researcher and designer based in NYC.
Recent highlighted production credits include feature films such as “Blind”, featuring Alec Baldwin and Demi Moore, and "The Kindergarten Teacher", featuring Maggie Gyllenhaal and Gael Garcia Bernal premiering at Sundance in January 2018. Previously, she worked as a set dresser and costume assistant on theatrically distributed “Frances Ha” written and directed by Noah Baumbach ("The Squid and The Whale", "Fantastic Mr. Fox", "Madagascar 3") which is currently available on Netflix, Amazon, and iTunes. Most recently, Hannah spent two years as researcher, production staff, and set dresser for Emmy-winning-documentary production company Steeplechase Films, on films including "Pilgrims" and "American Ballet Theatre" both directed by Ric Burns ("Death and the Civil War"), as well as “Afternoon of a Faun” directed by Nancy Buirski ("The Loving Story"). Hannah also worked as an associate producer on the Peabody Award winning film “No le digas a nadie,” a documentary for PBS about the struggles of undocumented immigrants, and continues doing research and design for narratives, music videos, commercials, and web content.