Surprise! Emily is also a filmmaker, committed to writing, directing and producing her own content and collaborating on original content with other inspiring artists. Her sketch series Galmance ("bromance," but for gals) has gotten featured on Into The Gloss and Funny Women, and has included stars like The Real O'Neals' Noah Galvin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's Vella Lovell, as well as other awesome and fancy folks. The Galamance sketches have also featured some badass female directors, including Mia Walker (Assistant Director Waitress Pippin Bway) and Kate Hopkins (Williamstown, MTC) and Em's writing has focused on comedic, female-centric content.

In the wake of this rather jarring election, Emily has also been writing, directing and producing resistance & protest-related art. She collaborated with Kate Hopkins on a short protest video called A National Period, which was written up and featured on Refinery 29. The video depicts women across America getting their period on Inauguration Day, cycles syncing in irrefutable oneness. Since then, co-directors Kron and Hopkins have been asked to participate in Refinery 29's artist activist group and are working on creating a video in tandem with Emily's band Em & The Fates! Read about them under "Em & The Fates!"