Claire-Dee Lim received her B.A. in Philosophy from the University of California at Berkeley, and then earned a Masters of Fine Arts in Motion Picture/Television Production from UCLA. Upon graduating, she worked in San Francisco as an industrial multimedia producer and director, and wrote and directed her own independent films. Most notably: Pictures of Her, a 25-minute narrative video, featured in the New American Makers Exhibition in San Francisco and Emeryville, a documentary based on two Bay Area artists, and featured at numerous art exhibitions in San Francisco, New York and Seattle. It also won honors at the San Mateo Film/Video Festival.
Lim then returned to Los Angeles to pursue a screenwriting career. FIREHOUSE DOG marks her first sale. Lim has adapted The New York Times bestselling author Michael Prescott's book Stealing Faces for the screen.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2007.
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