Cristina Kotz Cornejo
Cristina Kotz Cornejo is an Argentine-American director and screenwriter who resides in Boston, MA and Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Kotz Cornejo is graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts graduate film program and the University of Southern California's undergraduate program in International Relations. She studied directing under Spike Lee, Nancy Savoca, Sara Driver and french filmmaker Pascal Aubier while at NYU Film School. She also holds a Master of Arts degree in Organizational Management from Antioch University Los Angeles.
Cristina Kotz Cornejo previously made several short films. The War That Never Was (La Guerra Que No Fue), was the only Argentine short to be selected by the Seattle International Film Festival Seattle International Film Festival in 2005 to screen in the Viva Argentina! Program. The War That Never Was has screened at over 25 festivals and venues in over 11 countries and is distributed by Ouat! Media of Toronto, Canada; Ernesto, which was commissioned by the Partnership for a Drug-Free America and premiered at the 2000 Palm Springs International Festival of Short Films is distributed online by Cinedulce; Ocean Waves, won the 2003 Award of Merit from the University Film and Video Association and her thesis film, The Appointment, which was made under the advisement of Spike Lee while a student at NYU, was awarded the Warner Bros. Pictures Production Award, the NYU Craft Award for Musical Score by her brother Andy Kotz (who also scored "Ernesto") and was picked up for distribution by Urban Entertainment after its premiere at NYU's First Run Film Festival; and Jewel and The Catch, a documentary on the life of gay rights activist Jewel Thais Williams, is a part of the UCLA Film Archives' Outfest Legacy Project Collection.
Cinetic Rights Management
3 Americas Official Site
Wild Wimmin Films Site
Emerson College Bio
The Independent Review of 3 Americas
WAMC Public Radio Interview
3 Americas on Indiewire
The War That Never Was at Seattle International Film Festival
Partnership for a Drugfree America Press Release
Indiepix Interview with Cristina Kotz Cornejo
UCLA Film Archive Outfest Legacy Project Collection
Outfest Legacy Project Collection Guide
Ernesto on Cinedulce
This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses material from the Wikipedia article Cristina Kotz Cornejo