Robyn Ehrlich is a filmmaker from Eagan, Minnesota, currently residing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She received her Bachelors of Fine Arts from the Department of Film, Video, Animation, and New Genres at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.
In her work, she maintains a focus on themes such as feminism, the female experience, body positivity, and personal trauma.
In 2018, Robyn screened at the Milwaukee Film Festival as a part of the Cream City Music Video Show. Since then, she has screened her work at numerous venues internationally, including SEFF Binghamton: Student Experimental Film Festival, Riverwest FemFest, Seen|Scene, Experimental Tuesdays at the Union Cinema, Twisted Dreams Film Festival, Milwaukee Underground Film Festival, Film Girl International Film Festival, and Montréal Feminist Film Festival.
Ehrlich was the winner of Best Milwaukee Short at Film Girl International Film Festival, and a Finalist at FROSTBITE International Indie Fest. She is a recipient of the Lubar Scholars of Film Award. Her work on 16mm film has also been featured in the 3rd Issue of film magazine "Analog Cookbook."