Eden Sabolboro is EMMY® award-winning Filipino-American documentary producer and director based in Detroit, Michigan. Her work focuses on capturing authentic, immersive human interest stories especially from underrepresented perspectives. Shortly after immigrating from the Philippines in 2014, she co-founded Reel Clever Films LLC, a production company specializing in non-fiction storytelling and branded content. She has produced an immersive body of work for the non-profit and education sector, Fortune 500 companies, the local creative arts and small business communities, and leading advocacy organizations. As director, she has created work for The Biden-Harris Inauguration Committee, Detroit Public Television, and many others. She has helped produce pieces for Time Magazine, NPR, AJ+, and Huffington Post.
She is a part of the New York Foundation for the Arts’ Immigrant Artist Program cohort, and was selected for Sundance Institute’s Creative Producing Lab and Firelight Media’s Groundwork Lab in Detroit. She is a member of Final Girls, a collective of professional women filmmakers in Detroit, Brown Girls Doc Mafia and the Asian-American Documentary Network. Continuously motivated to mentor the next generation of diverse voices, she served as Supervising Producer for "Shifting Urban Narratives”, a multimedia fellowship for young Detroiters by Wayne State University and the Schultz Family Foundation.