Master Class: Susan Korda
Salomea’s Nose director Susan Korda leads a Master Class in the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center amphitheater.
Susan Korda studied filmmaking at CCNY and has worked as an editor for 20 years. With David Leitner, she directed and produced the award-winning documentary Vienna is Different. She produced the award-winning documentary One of Us, and recently completed her short narrative film Salomea’s Nose. Her editing credits include the Oscar™ nominated documentary For All Mankind and Sandi Du Bowski’s ground-breaking Trembling Before G-d. She was a producer on Emily & Sarah Kunstler’s William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe, and story consultant on Alan Berliner’s The Sweetest Sound and First Cousin Once Removed. Korda teaches at Columbia University and conducts editing and story-telling workshops in the U.S., Europe, Israel and South Africa. She is currently working on her “Jerusalem Project,” in which she is finding the similarities and differences in the dreams, fairytales, superstitions, cooking recipes and jokes amongst Jerusalemite Christians, Muslims and Jews.