Jenée LaMarque is a director and writer, known for The Pretty One, Vida, and Room 104. She has an MFA in screenwriting from the American Film Institute. At AFI she wrote The Pretty One, she as well wrote and directed the short Spoonful, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2012. The Pretty One script was on The Black List in 2011, which helped LaMarque enlist top talent like Zoe Kazan playing both twins, and Jake Johnson, who plays her love interest. LaMarque was a finalist for the Tribeca Film Festival's award ""The Nora"" in 2013. The Pretty One was nominated for the 2014 Best Movie By a Woman by the Women Film Critics Circle and won Best Narrative Feature. Jenée also received Best Director at the 2013 Savannah Film Festival. Jenée’s second feature The Feels starring Constance Wu, Angela Trimbur, and Ever Mainard, premiered in competition at The 2017 Seattle Film Festival. She as well directed several episodes on seasons 2 and 3 of the series, Vida. Find out more about Jenée's most recent work here!