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Diana Foronda has worked as a freelancer for various projects as part of the film crew. She worked as a Set PA for numerous short films, web series, and TV networks such as CBS, HGTV, and CNBC. She received awards for films and scripts she created including Best Dark Comedy, Honorable Mention: Indie Film, Best Message, Best First Time Screenwriter (Short Script), and in 2019, she was selected as a Quarterfinalist in the Academy Award-qualifying HollyShorts Film Festival's Screenwriting Competition.
She worked at USDAN Summer Camp for the Arts as an Assistant Teacher in Photography and worked at Left/Right Productions as a transcript coordinator. During the pandemic, she worked as an editor for a thrilling episodic web series, Pay It Forward in Death and created her quarantine film Challah For Caroline. She is also honored to be judging films for the Revolution Me Film Festival and Oxford Film Festival.
She is a proud New Yorker and member of NYC Women Filmmakers, The Gotham Film & Media Institute (Formerly IFP), and NYWIFT. She has trained with USDAN Summer Camp for the Arts, Manhattan Edit Workshop, and holds a BA in Film Studies with Departmental Honors at Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia.
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