Suzanne Andrews Correa : Suzanne Andrews Correa is a Mexican American director and screenwriter. Her latest short GREEN won the Jury Award for U.S. Fiction at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. Her short, LA CASA DE BEATRIZ, premiered at the Morelia International Film Festival, received awards from the Princess Grace Foundation and Directors Guild of America, and was acquired by HBO. Andrews Correa is a 2018 Sundance Directors and Screenwriters Lab Fellow. She is a Sundance Latinx Fellowship, Time Warner Fellowship, and Stars Collective Granting Fund recipient. Her feature screenplay for LA CAZADORA (The Huntress) won the 2018 Atlanta Film Festival and received the 2018-2019 SFFILM Rainin Grant. Andrews Correa holds a MFA in Directing/ Screenwriting from Columbia University.
Suzanne Andrews Correa is a Mexican American screenwriter and director. A recent graduate of the Film Program at Columbia University (MFA), she has worked in the industry for almost a decade as a member of IATSE. Her short, LA CASA DE BEATRIZ, premiered at the 2017 Morelia International Film Festival and received awards from the Princess Grace Foundation and Directors Guild of America. Her second short GREEN won Short Film Jury Award: U.S. Fiction at 2019 Sundance Film Festival, Special Jury Award: Best U.S. Fiction and Horizon Award: Most Promising Filmmaker at 2019 24fps International Short Film Festival. GREEN was also nominated at various film festivals including Nashville Film Festival, San Francisco International Film Festival and Seattle International Film Festival. Andrews Correa is a 2018 Sundance Screenwriters Lab Fellow and recipient of the Latino Fellowship. LA CAZADORA (THE HUNTRESS) will be her feature directorial debut.