Laura Hanna is co-founder of HiddenDriver. She is director of Gattis (2011), James (2008) and Hammer (2010), three long form films about death row inmates in Indiana, Delaware, and Virginia.
Currently she is co-director of the Perpetual Peace Project which has been installed in the New Museum, ICA, Utrecht, and screened in philosophy courses at Goldsmiths, Utrecht University, and the International Peace Institute.
In 2008 she made A Housing Urbanism Made of Waste (MoMA) and was commissioned to produce short films for The Venice Biennale of Architecture with Kyong Park and Ted Smith. She has directed and produced shorts for The Nation, OR Books, The New Press, Creative Commons, SEIU, Art Review, New School and Slought Foundation. She is the editor of Zizek! and The Greenhorns.
Her written work has been published in Volume, C-Lab and Fence Magazine.