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About Susana Darwin
After many years working in politics, the law, and publishing, Susana Darwin joyfully returned to her early passion for film when she put her narrative short “Hatboxes” into production. That award-winning film appeared in 15 film festivals and conferences worldwide.
In 2016, Susana produced “For the World: The Montessori School of Englewood,” a documentary short about a school on Chicago’s South Side.
Susana moved with her wife in 2018 to St. Petersburg, Florida, an exceptionally film-supportive city. Joining a writer/actor group made Susana part of a network of talented people who have contributed directly to the launch of the short film “Longer” in 2019.
Susana is also currently working on several short and feature-length screenplays, in addition to several forms of visual art. Her other passions include aloha shirts, fat novels, political organizing, and outdoor music festivals.