Lina Suh grew up in Seoul, Korea, the American Midwest, and New York. She received an MFA from the University of Southern California in film production, and previously a BFA from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts in Dramatic Writing, competitively the #1 and #2 film schools in America ranked by THR. Lina produced award-winning fiction shorts in New York and Los Angeles, and directed a short humanitarian documentary FLOW ON THROUGH in Cambodia that was in a World Bank-issued “Water and Sanitation” guide distributed to NGOs in developing countries. She produced a first feature – LET’S BE OUT, THE SUN IS SHINING for writer/director Bornila Chatterjee, receiving the Audience Award at the New York Indian Film Festival. Lina has taught screenwriting at ESRA (Ecole Superieure de Realisation Audiovisuelle) a French film school satellite in NYC. She directed short films SO F*CKING HAPPY FOR YOU and GOOD FACE (now in development as a half-hour series at Sony) as well as music videos for Los Angeles artists. Lina is in development to write and direct multiple film and TV projects in New York and Los Angeles, with an eye toward co-productions with Korea. Lina is also passionate about empowerment through education, and has volunteer tutored regularly. She was recently the story editor on DR. BRAIN, Apple TV+'s first Korean language series to premiere in late 2021. Lina is on the last leg of completing her first feature film COLOR MY HEART (former title SAV & SIMONE) as a writer/director.
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