Kymberly Harris is a working Director/Writer and founder of Firsthand Films. She has written and directed several plays in Chicago, NYC, and LA. She wrote and directed the award-winning shorts ROSE'S TURN, that was at Cannes, and FAITH, winner of BEST SHORT at New York International Film Festival. Her feature film I HEARD SARAH received the Robert Rodriguez Best Indie Auteur Filmmaker Award. She's attached to direct THE BOY IN THE PINK FLIP FLOPS by Robert Allan Ackerman and is creating a series.
Kymberly teaches at The Lee Strasberg Film and Theatre Institute in West Hollywood and is an acting coach to select private clients that are working in TV and Film. Kymberly founded and ran TheatresCool in Bloomington, Illinois for seven years, a method acting school for at risk youth, which expanded to classes and professional opportunities for kids and adults of all ages, and monthly performances of plays, poetry, and live music.
Member: FREE THE WORK, Alliance of Women Directors, Women in Film, Film Independent, AEA, AFTRA, SAG, The Dramatists Guild, Rogue Machine Theatre, Ovation Committee. BA: Knox College, MA: Illinois State University in MFA: Actors Studio Drama School at the New School.
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