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Marissa Michel is a second generation American of Haitian and Puerto Rican heritage. She served as the 2020 Prince George’s County Youth Poet Laureate. Marissa is the recipient of multiple national gold medals for poetry in the Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards. Marissa was also a 2020 American Voice Nominee, and the 2020 Diaz-Mattison Poetry Prize recipient. Her newest works can be found in The Rising Phoenix Review, the Bridgewater International Poetry Festival, Love Letters To the Mothers and Fathers of the African Diaspora, and elsewhere.
Marissa's short film "Law and Order: Special Princess Unit" was produced by Filmsters Academy in 2018. Her short film "Renee" premiered as part of the "In Our Heads" anthology at the 2020 Columbia University DiFi Film Festival. Her experimental short "Ode to a Sunrise" will premiere at the AMC Empire 25 Theatre in October, 2021 in Times Square, NYC. More information about her can be found on www.marissamichel.com
2021 Official Selection
Ode to a Sunrise
All American High School Film Festival
New York
2021
2021 Official Selection (Third Quarter)
Ode to a Sunrise
Prague International Indie Film Festival
High School
Sidwell Friends
2018Present
"We cannot create what we can't imagine" - Lucille Clifton
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