Lisa Enos began her career in the cutting room at Wieden & Kennedy Advertising, editing promos for such prestigious clients as Nike & Coca-Cola. She quickly advanced to a producorial position and then left advertising to become a documentary filmmaker. Her first documentary, YOU'RE HURTING ME, TOO (1996) a child's point of view on the subject of domestic violence led to Enos writing and directing the award winning MORE LIFE LESSONS (1996), a series of four narrative films for classroom distribution. Enos wrote and produced the documentary, THE ANGEL OF BERGEN-BELSEN (1997), a harrowing tale of children saved from death at the concentration camp. The film aired on A& E Network/The History Channel. Enos directed COPYCAT CRIMES (1998 A&E) an anti-censorship essay on the subject of violence in cinema and its effect on America's youth. In 1999, Lisa Enos co-authored (with Bernard Rose) a screenplay based on The Death of Ivan Ilyich by Leo Tolstoy about an agent who dies of lung cancer. Enos also produced and co-starred in the picture ivans xtc. (2000).
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
Lisa Enos Facts
|Birthday||January 10, 1971 (50)|
|Height||5' 6½" (1m69) How tall is Lisa Enos compared to you?|
|Snuff-Movie (2006) as Wendy|
|Ivansxtc (2002) as Charlotte|
|Me and Will (1998)|
|Investigative Reports (1991)|