Beth Mosch is a filmmaker from Bloomington, Minnesota. She grew up playing hockey and lacrosse and was recruited to Lindenwood University to play on their women’s lacrosse team. She later transferred to the University of Miami where she competed on the D1 rowing team and joined the professional cinematic society, Delta Kappa Alpha. While in Miami, she founded and was the president of the first-ever women’s club hockey team at the university. After getting accepted into the School of Cinematic Arts at USC, she moved to Los Angeles. She is entering her fifth year and studying Film & Television Production with a minor in 3D animation. While at USC, Beth has become a photographer for the Daily Trojan, Vice President of the women’s club hockey team, and elected as the Cinematic Affairs Chair for Delta Kappa Alpha.
Beth has experience directing and producing narrative shorts, music videos, and documentaries. Her focus is on animated narrative storytelling but she also enjoys working in both comedy and drama. In 2022, Beth was the lead producer for a project partnered with the American Psychiatric Association that aimed to bring more awareness to mental health specifically in Chinese and Taiwanese communities. Her most recent independent short film Lost Touch was completed in June 2022 and is an LGBTQ romantic drama that has been accepted into numerous film festivals. But no matter the story Beth is involved with, she is highly driven to tell diverse and uplifting stories that help bring people together.