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Rosanne Limoncelli is a filmmaker, writer, and roller skater living in Brooklyn. Rosanne writes plays, screenplays, poetry, games, mysteries and science fiction. She has produced, written and directed short films, documentaries and educational films, and is in development to produce and direct her first feature or TV series, whichever comes first! But mostly she writes, and writes, and loves to write. Her short fiction first appeared in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine and her most recent work is in Suspense Magazine and Noir Nation, and her short films have been screened in many festivals.
Rosanne is a professor and the Senior Director for Film Technologies at the Kanbar Institute and the Martin Scorsese Virtual Production Center, Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. She received her BFA from the Department of Film & TV at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and her MA and PhD in Teaching Reading, Writing, and Media from NYU’s Steinhardt School. She has been teaching writing and filmmaking to students and professors for many years, and has often served as an educational and technology consultant and speaker at conferences and universities. Current passion: Virtual Production and filling that area of the industry with women filmmakers!
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New York University
New York University – Tisch School of the Arts – BFA
Film & TV Production
New York University – Steinhardt School of Education – PhD
Teaching Reading, Writing and Media