Georgia Lee

Award-winning writer/director Georgia Lee has directed five short films. Her first two shorts, "The Big Dish: Tiananmen '89" (B&W, 16 mm 1998), and "Bloom" (Color, 16 mm, 1999), have shown at numerous film festivals. "Bloom" was also acquired and broadcast by PBS as part of the Reel New York series. In 2000 she was selected by director Martin Scorsese to serve as his apprentice on the set of "Gangs of New York" in Rome. Her short film "Educated" (Color, 35mm, 2002) screened in over 30 festivals around the world and won the "Best Short Film" award at The Durango Film Festival in 2003. "Educated" was also licensed by PBS for air in the Summer of 2004. In 2004, Georgia completed two more short films, "Basic Emotions" and "Diagnosis". An early draft of "Red Doors", Georgia's first feature film, won the Jerome Foundation New York Media Arts Grant Award. She was also awarded a Film Fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts in 2003. Prior to becoming a filmmaker, she worked for the

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