Dina Fiasconaro is a Baltimore screenwriter and director whose work explores psychology, gender roles, and marginalization within the context of family dynamics. Dina’s films have screened at a variety of national and international venues and film festivals, including the Baltimore Museum of Art. She has an M.F.A. in directing from Columbia University, and a B.S. in T.V., radio and film from Syracuse University. She is a professor of film and moving image at Stevenson University, a member of Film Fatales, and founder of the Baltimore Women’s Media Alliance, working towards gender parity in the film industry. While at MacDowell, Dina researched and worked on development of a new feature screenplay about loss, grief, and addiction, based on true events.
Portrait by Mei Lin Mau Lann