Emily Hagins is a 22-year-old writer/director living in Los Angeles. She wrote/directed her first feature film at the age of 12, a zombie movie titled PATHOGEN. This project was the subject of a documentary titled ZOMBIE GIRL: THE MOVIE. Two of her films, MY SUCKY TEEN ROMANCE and GROW UP, TONY PHILLIPS premiered at SXSW in Austin, TX. She also wrote/directed of a segment of ChillerTV’s horror anthology CHILLING VISIONS: THE FIVE SENSES OF FEAR titled “Touch.”