With a background in writing, filmmaking and the arts, Iz Web’s diverse career has included information architecture, multimedia activist art, theatrical/festival/event production, community organization, and performance art.
A prolific writer since childhood, Iz Web studied Filmmaking and the Adaptation of Fiction Into Film in college, along with intensive studies in the disciplines of Art, Philosophy, Comparative Religions and Mythology. She directed several short films, and also worked in various aspects of both production and distribution, before pursuing a career as a multimedia artist and circus performer. Since then she has written numerous interactive story-based games, short stories, poems, screenplays, and scripts for the stage. In 2013, she joined Social Construct to lead a collaborative writer’s group, and is now a partner, serving as the Head of Development.As Head of Development for Social Construct Films, Iz oversees the development of a slate of film and television projects. Projects from Social Construct and their various joint ventures include: Golden Globe winner, The Mauritanian, based on the New York Times Bestseller Guantanamo Diary, starring Jodie Foster, Benedict Cumberbatch, Tahar Rahim, and Shailene Woodley, from Oscar-winning director Kevin MacDonald; the screen adaptation of upcoming Penguin Random House memoir The Other Dr. Gilmer with producer Jonathan King / Concordia Studio; the New York Times’ “Best Book of the Year” Say Her Name adaptation, with producer William Horberg, the Oscar-winning company Fabula Films, and Benicio del Toro; International Emmy-winning documentary Bellingcat:Truth In A Post-Truth World; and many others. Social Construct is also currently in production on a slate of impact focused documentaries with creative partners that include Fisher Stevens, Marti Noxon, Sarah Silverman, and Rosario Dawson. On the series side, Social Construct is developing a slate of branded TV projects with a variety of producing partners, including Tim Kring (Heroes), Bruce Cohen (Pushing Daisies), and Bad Robot (Westworld).