Corrine Ellingson is an Operations Director, Event Manager, and Producer with expertise in independent film, kids & family, and comedy. She has grown multiple festivals through seamless operations and strategic new experiences. Most recently, as the Operations Director at the New York International Children’s Film Festival (NYICFF), she was inspired by her own daughters’ passion for thought-provoking content, while producing the annual film festival and year-round events including the first VR JR introducing virtual reality content to kids & families. In addition to NYICFF, Corrine ran the Screenings department for the Tribeca Film Festival for four years and, in her spare time, produced the largest improv festival in the world, the Del Close Marathon, for the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater.
Before producing film festivals, Corrine produced and worked on several short comedic films and feature films. Among her most notable productions are Don’t Let Me Drown a Sundance Directors Lab production and winner Audience Award San Francisco International Film Fest, Plague Town an official selection for over 14 international film fests, and M.A.S., which she produced and co-wrote and was later featured on IFC Media Lab.