RAMMY PARK IS AN AWARD-WINNING SCREENWRITER, PLAYWRIGHT AND FILM DIRECTOR.
A first-generation Korean-American New Yorker born in the Rocky Mountain foothills, she is a 2019 Writer/Director Fellow with Film Independent’s signature program, Project Involve, a 2018 Film Independent Episodic Lab Fellow and the recipient of grants from the National Board of Review, IFP, HBO and the Caucus Foundation. Her original pilot, MONITOR CITY, a sci-fi family drama about a young woman fighting to reunite her family in a futuristic surveillance state, won this year’s Grand Prize at RIIFF.
Other projects include her feature script CONSIDERATION investigates one family’s response to catastrophic climate change over a single, terrifying weekend, and her short film AMERICAN BODIES, adapted from the play of the same name, investigates the very real human cost of unchecked capitalism. In sum, she writes about what makes her both hopeful and afraid in equal measure.
She holds a BA in English and an MFA in Film, both from Columbia University and after sixteen years in New York City, she lives in Los Angeles.