Lubeck is an interdisciplinary filmmaker based out of Los Angeles and Chicago. She works as a Director of Photography, Director, camera assistant, performance artist, and experimental filmmaker. She recently graduated with a masters in digital cinema from DePaul’s School for the Cinematic Arts.
Her short film "Lucy" won the special jury prize at the 2015 Student BAFTA awards, and premiered at the Chicago International Film Festival. Lubeck served as Director of Photography on the feature "King Rat" (2015). She lensed Quinn Tsan’s experimental dance narrative film "Bedrooms" which went on to win the Jacksonville Dance Film Festival grand prize, In/Motion Chicago Film Festival’s 1st place, and the Flatlands Dance Film Festival grand prize. Additionally she served as the Director of Photography on the pilot "Drive Slow" (2017), which had it’s premiere at the New York Television Festival in 2017. The short seeks to challenge certain stigmas surrounding Chicago communities, as well as tell the diverse stories of young people from the city. Drive Slow was produced by Free Spirit Media in association with Runaway Train and Endangered Peace.
She is in the final stages of post production on her thesis film Funeral for a Bird.
In her work Lubeck strives towards creating space and representation for all races, genders, and LGBTQ individuals. She recognizes the need for a more inclusive and diverse filmmaking method, and is committed to creating stories that center this in front and behind the camera.
Variety - "Lucy"
BAFTA - "Lucy"
Chicago Tribune - "Drive Slow"
Free Spirit Media - "Drive Slow"
The Chicago Reader - "The T"
Screen Mag - "Drive Slow"
The DePaulia - "Lucy"
The Good Night Ladies - Artist Spotlight