Worldfest-Houston Gold Remi Award winner, and Golden Egg Film Festival Best Director winner and Best Actress nominee Kaitlin Puccio turns 25 today. Take a look at her personal website here, and her IMDB page here.
Kaitlin Puccio (imdb.me/kaitlinpuccio) grew up in Montgomery, New York, and graduated from NYU with a degree in Philosophy, French, and Creative Writing. In 2013, she formed a production and publishing company, Bent Frame, LLC (bentframellc.com). Her writing has been published under multiple pseudonyms. Kaitlin is the writer and creator of Philosopagus (philosopagus.com) and Celia Kay (celiakay.com), and is a contributor to MindBodyGreen.com.
“Circles” is Kaitlin’s debut film, which she wrote, directed, acted in, and produced. For “Circles,” Kaitlin won Best Director of a Short Film at Golden Egg Film Festival LA 2014, and was nominated for Best Actress. She was awarded the Gold Remi Award for Dramatic Original Short at Worldfest-Houston, where “Circles” screened at AMC Theatre in April 2014. “Circles” has also been accepted to Cannes Court Métrage. It was nominated for four additional awards. Kaitlin is currently filming the Philosopagus Live video series, which she wrote and created (youtube.com/philosopaguslive). She is also writing a feature-length screenplay.
Kaitlin won Honorable Mention in 2008 from New Millennium Writings for her creative nonfiction essay, “Reflections in White Water.”
She will be featured in a forthcoming article for NYU alumni.