With a background in theatre, Beth graduated film school in 2012 and turned her attention to everything within the frame. She designs and Art Directs for Film, Commercials, TV, Corporate, Music Videos, and Photography.
Beth has always loved directing, from theatre to cabaret, and now film. She is currently in post-production for a Documentary film she directed and produced on young Syrian men and their relocation process throughout Europe.
In addition to Production Design, Beth has Produced many independent projects and has served as Production coordinator within film and commercials.
Graduated with Honors in 2012 at San Francisco State University with a BFA in Cinema Studies and emphasis in Gender and Sexuality Studies.
Afternoon Idulgence was Beth's thesis film, a cheeky 1920s inspired Silent short film that highlights women's sexuality.
The film was chosen at the Spring '12 film festival of New Filmmakers NY at the Anthology Film Archives.
Beth grew up in the Theatre, performing in many musicals and dramas. She has been singing most of her life and in addition to the Theatre, has performed in Cabaret, Opera, Jazz Bands, Film Soundtracks, and VoiceOver.
a non-traditional cabaret, written and directed by Beth Trifilo, backed by a Rhythm&Blues band, took a retrospective look into issues like women's rights, voting rights, lgbt rights, and sexual liberation, throughout the 20th century. The show played to a sold out crowd for its seven show run.
beth has been on stage for most of her life, in her first musical at age 7, then taking on more substantial roles as time went on, like the Angel in Angels in America. Her love of the stage has transformed as her focus evolves through different mediums. Filmmaking has taken the driver's seat for the past few years and has taken Beth all throughout Europe and several states of North America. Her most recent project is a documentary on young Syrian men and their journey from Syria to Europe.
Directing is what Beth loves to do most.