"Not if, but when."
Victoria Renee is a filmmaker from College Park and Southwest Atlanta, Georgia. She writes, directs, and produces her own projects, in addition to assisting others with their films as an assistant director and production assistant. Her work has advanced in various film festivals and competitions, such as MACRO Episodic Lab, Screencraft’s Pilot Launch, THEA x SCRIPTD Screenwriting Competition, and Crimson Screen Horror Festival, and the Columbus Black International Film Festival.
Victoria Renee is also an award-winning researcher, who earned her M.A. from Columbia University and her B.S. from Barry University, both concentrated in clinical and forensic psychology. Currently, she is an M.F.A. student within the Writing for Film and Television Program at USC's School of Cinematic Arts.
Victoria Renee firmly believes that "your work should be bigger than you," which led her to help co-found Film Family. She wants more of us "building our own tables, cooking up creative content, and feeding audiences that are hungry for impactful and relatable films." #FrameUp