Israeli-born, New York-based Inbal Weinberg received her BFA in Film from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts in 2003.
While at school, Inbal combined her passion for fine arts and film into a concentration on production design, and after graduating worked in various roles in the art department, including as art director on STEPHANIE DALEY and Academy Award nominated HALF NELSON, starring Ryan Gosling.
Inbal's first feature as a production designer was Hal Hartley's THE GIRL FROM MONDAY. She later designed Courtney Hunt's Academy Award nominated FROZEN RIVER, Dee Reese's PARIAH and THE LAST THING HE WANTED, Derek Cianfrance's Academy Award nominated BLUE VALENTINE and THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES, THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER directed by Stephen Chbosky, ST. VINCENT by Ted Melfi, BEASTS OF NO NATION by Cary Fukunaga, INDIGNATION by James Schamus, SUSPIRIA by Luca Guadagnino and Martin McDonagh's THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI, which went on to win many awards, including 4 Golden Globes and 2 Academy Awards.
Inbal's latest projects are the Emmy-winning HBO mini-series I KNOW THIS MUCH IS TRUE, directed by Derek Cianfrance and starring Mark Ruffalo, and the film THE LOST DAUGHTER, directed by Maggie Gyllenhaal and starring Olivia Coleman. She recently wrapped the Irish film GOD'S CREATURES, starring Emily Watson and Paul Mescal.
Inbal was nominated for an Art Directors Guild award for THE LOST DAUGHTER and THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI. She was also nominated for the Italian Academy Award, the David di Donatello, for her production design of SUSPIRIA.
Inbal is the co-founder of the Production Designers Collective, a global community of production designers interested in sharing knowledge and promoting the craft of Production Design.