Sue Mroz - Columbia College Chicago

Sue Mroz

Professor of Instruction

smroz@colum.edu

Biography

Sue Mroz is a Professor of Instruction in Cinema and Television Arts, focusing on Screenwriting and Directing. Prior to Columbia, she was a Program Director of the Chicago International Film Festival and worked as an actor and filmmaker with Wild Life Theater and Rococo Rodeo. Her short film, The Scary Ham, based on the story by Ellen Klages, has been screened at over thirty film festivals, and won Best Narrative Short at the Southern Colorado Film Festival. She is currently working on completing the short documentary Geno and Jane, and the experimental essay film There Was No Proof. She has an MFA in Film and Video from Columbia College, and is currently a student in the Jungian Studies Program at the C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago. In 2011, Sue received the Excellence in Teaching Award for full-time faculty.

Instructional Areas

Screenwriting, Directing

Creative Practice and Research Interests

Jungian Psychology, Dreams, Fairy Tales, Creativity.

Degrees

B.S., Speech Communication Southern Illinois University 1984
M.F.A., Film & Video Columbia College Chicago 1995