Once a social work major at NYU, Katie Kim is now a filmmaker finishing her last year at Columbia University’s MFA program. As a…


Once a social work major at NYU, Katie Kim is now a filmmaker finishing her last year at Columbia University’s MFA program. As a highly empathetic and perceptive person, Katie details how her creative process hinges on the simple–yet powerful–premise that beauty and humor can heal both viewers and creators alike. She also talks about what she learned about directing and writing from her two short films (“egg” and “Blue Grey”), her love of Miyazaki, her current feature, and more. Jay, Andrew, and the 26-year-old intern intermittently chime in with movies that make them cry, their favorite musicals, and why Pixar films are quite possibly the apex of cinematic art.

Katie’s 🎥:

“egg” (2018): https://vimeo.com/197044497/8dbf05b183

“Blue Grey” (2020): https://vimeo.com/298154271/3cca2488e4

📡 of the Week: Salmon Sandwich @tartinebakeryseoul

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