Arianne Martin is an actress, director and producer born in Austin, Texas. Before the age of seven, she had lived in several different countries including New Zealand, Saipan, and American Samoa. Her travels led to an intense interest in arts and culture. She began her film career in production. She made the transition from being behind the camera to in front a few years later. Her performing credits include a recurring role on Netflix's THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE, Jon Keeyes's THE HARROWING, Jon Jost's final film THEY HAD IT COMING, the CBS television series UNDER THE DOME, DRIVE ANGRY with Nicolas Cage, and THE OTHER SIDE OF PARADISE, which she also produced, co-wrote, and garnered two Best Actress awards.
Her short film SKINNY, that she co-directed and co-produced with actress/writer Natalie Dickinson just won the 2018 WOMEN TEXAS FILM FESTIVAL'S "Radical Award" for "MOST VISIONARY. Click on the LINK to read more about the film.
Some of her other producing credits include the short film A FATHER, part of the Lars Von Trier Gesamt Project in conjunction with the Copenhagen Art Festival and Fair Shake Transfer.