Lina Larson
Director, Screenwriter
Lina Larson is a German-American narrative and documentary filmmaker who strives to tell inspiring and off-kilter stories with a comedic edge. She grew up in Bellevue, Washington and is also passionate about makeup artistry and tennis. 
Lina graduated from the Loyola Marymount University School of Film and Television in 2020 - double majoring in Film Production and Screenwriting. Her first short film, The Oval Portrait, won three international film festivals in 2019 and was shot while studying abroad at the Budapest Film Academy.

Lina is mentored by director Ry Russo-Young - Before I Fall (2017) and The Sun Is Also A Star (2019) - and continues to assist in her work.

Rogue is Lina’s thesis short film she collaborated on with her close friend Ariana Skeeland. The film is intended to be a proof of concept for the feature they plan on producing. Rogue the short is submitted to all the major festivals throughout 2021 and had its world premiere at the Seattle International Film Festival.

Lina is currently in production of BLUE CHIP, a documentary feature film depicting abstract painter Maysha Mohamedi's rise to prominence in the art world. This film is currently in production and is projected to be finished in 2023.

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