Summer, New York City. A college girl falls hard for a guy she just met. After a night of partying goes wrong, she goes to wild extremes to get him back. WHITE GIRL’s provocative story, already being praised as a “Kids” for the millennial generation, is based on the real-life events of director Elizabeth Wood.

The film is produced by Supermarché, Bank Street and Killer Films

Written and Directed by Elizabeth Wood

Produced by Gabe Nussbaum

Executive Produced by Ariel Schulman, Henry Joost, Christine Vachon and David Hinojosa

Starring: Morgan Saylor, Brian Sene Marc, Chris Noth, Justin Bartha, India Menuez, Adrien Martinez, Anthony Ramos and Ralph Rodriguez.



“The most explosive portrait of NYC youth since Kids” – iD x VICE 

“A f**cked-up nightmare dressed as a party.” – Buzzfeed

“There are so many remarkable things about Saylor’s ferocious lead performance in WHITE GIRL that it’s hard to know where to begin … Vulnerable, invincible, empowered, and pathetic all at once, few actresses have better navigated the difference between being naked and being exposed – and it looks like we ain’t seen nothing yet.” – Rolling Stone

“The film uses the freedoms of a beautiful, white, blonde girl as a commentary on white privilege; that it never slams that message over the heads of its viewers is a testament to its commitment to show, not tell. This is no after-school special, nor is it a celebration of what it means to be 19 and have the world at your fingertips. Call it a coming-of-age story, but only if “coming of age” means realizing the harsh limits of the power afforded to you by your race, gender, or sexuality.” – BuzzFeed

“Shocking and sexy as hell…Seductive and repellent by turns, it’s a title that will provoke fierce love-or-hate reactions, but there’s no question it augurs the arrival of a powerful, audacious new directorial talent.”– The Hollywood Reporter

WHITE GIRL is a movie you can’t easily shake off, not even days after you’ve seen it.” – Indiewire’s The Playlist