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A Dose Of Truth - "Summer Saved"
GA Meth - "Fight Night"
Academy Award-Nominated Doc - "Chau, Beyond the Lines"
Laced & Lethal - "Before the Bump"
Let's Talk Cannabis - "Purse Grab"
Award Winning Short Film - "ZARI"
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Swap Up - "Same Same But Different" 





    Courtney Marsh is an Academy Award-nominated director originally from South Florida. She  garnered her BFA in Directing from UCLA’s School of Film & Television, and immediately began working as a production assistant on commercials and feature films. Soon after, she joined the Local 600 camera union as a Film Loader and Digital Imaging Technician, where she worked under the mentorship of Director of Photography, Salvatore Totino ASC, AIC.


    Courtney's short films have screened internationally and won awards at the Austin Film Festival, Fantasia Int'l Film Festival, Comic-Con and Big Sky Documentary Film Festival. Her sci-fi short, ZARI, was licensed by Gunpowder & Sky, showcased on Short of The Week, and featured in an ad campaign by J.P. Morgan. 


    In 2016, her documentary short, Chau Beyond The Lines, was nominated for an Academy Award and was distributed by Netflix, The Atlantic, Al Jazeera English, and theatrically by ShortsTV. Courtney went on to screen the film and speak at the United Nations, the US Senate, Aspen Ideas Festival and USAID to promote the clean up of Agent Orange in Vietnam.

    Next, Courtney co-wrote and produced the documentary feature film, Bottle Conditioned, which screened at the renowned CPH:DOX Film Festival and is currently streaming on Apple, Amazon, and select major airlines. In 2022, Courtney directed her narrative feature debut, Where Did The Adults Go?  which she also penned. It is currently in the final stages of post-production.

    Courtney directs commercials and PSA's, focusing on emotional, empathy-based story-telling that creates social change. Her work has been featured in Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, Deadline, IndieWire, NPR, Forbes, Huffington Post, Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness, and the BBC.


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