Karen Moncrieff received the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences' prestigious Nicholl Fellowship in Screenwriting Award for BLUE CAR, which went on to become a breakaway hit at the Sundance Film Festival. It is her debut feature film. Moncrieff has also written and directed several short films, including the Cine Eagle Award-winning Galatea's Make-up, which screened at the Palm Springs International Short Film Festival, AFI's Summer Shorts, the Temecula Valley International Film Festival, and World-Fest Flagstaff, where it won a Silver Award. Moncrieff received her B.S. in Performance Studies from Northwestern University and completed the certificate program in Film Studies at Los Angeles City College. Moncrieff is currently writing an adaptation of the Martin Cruz Smith novel Rose for Miramax, which she will also direct.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
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