Rianne Hill Soriano is a freelance production artist doing directing and writing works in film and commercial projects.
In the United States, she won the Las Vegas Filmmaker of the Year at the indie arts awards RAWards. She was the city’s official representative for the national finals featuring other award-winning filmmakers from other key U.S. cities. She is also a First Friday Las Vegas artist and a Yahoo! Movies Featured Critic Award finalist.
In the Philippines, she is a national awardee for the Harvest of Honor Award for Cinema by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts. She received the Kodak Film Award and Best Film Thesis at the University of the Philippines Film Institute. She was also nominated for the Gawad Urian Best Short Film Award.
In Korea, she is an alumna of the Asian Film Academy of the Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) and a director/writer fellow of the Asian Film Professionals Training Program of the Korean Film Council (KOFIC). She is also a co-author of KOFIC’s Asian Film Industry book published in 2010.
She has both local and international projects under her belt with a fine mix of government, corporate and institutional clients in her portfolio.