Hannah Park was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest to immigrant Korean parents. This upbringing sparked her passion for cross-cultural storytelling; as a U.S. Fulbright Scholar, she researched folklore and mythos. She was awarded fellowships from the Academy of American Poets, the Civitella Ranieri Foundation, the Poetry Foundation, the MacDowell Colony, and elsewhere. A graduate of the USC Writing for Screen & Television Program, she was selected as one of Variety’s Students to Watch in 2015. She also holds degrees from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and the University of Washington, studying English and music. She published a book of poetry that received a starred review from Publishers Weekly. Hannah is a 2017 Sundance Screenwriters Intensive Fellow and recipient of a Sundance Institute Feature Film Program Grant. She continues to write character-driven features and pilots inspired by transgressive women, and got her first staffing opportunity on Bull.

Imposter Syndrome (script available upon request)
A seemingly perfect teenager's life spirals out of control with one bad decision, leading her down a dark path of lies. Inspired by the Jennifer Pan murder case.

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