Kate Remelius

Behind the Scenes

Welcome to my online portfolio. I have a deep commitment to filmmaking and the arts, and here you’ll find samples of my school work as well as my own independent projects. I hope you’ll take some time to browse my site, and please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions about my work.


Get to Know Me

More than a Student

Kate Remelius is a New York City-based filmmaker with an interest in all aspects of the medium. 

A St. Louis native, Kate has experience in all different forms of art from theatre to film. She is a current editor and production assistant at the award-winning Sue Media Productions. Kate has found success as a film director, writer, and producer.

Kate is currently a Junior at New York University- receiving her B.F.A. in Film and Television Production as well as getting a minor in Producing.

Kate also makes a mean grilled cheese and feels awkward referring to herself in the third person. 



Kitchen Table

I am currently the showrunner and executive producer of a 30-minute pilot aimed for children.
"Kitchen Table" follows Hazel, a 13-year-old girl opening up her very own restaurant with the help of her family and friends.

WNET Internship

This semester, I am beginning an internship at WNET, the channel that brought us programs like "Cyberchase", in their Kid's Media and Education Production department.

"Doloris"- Currently in Post-Production

I am currently the executive producer for an anthology series following an ensemble of characters taking an experimental drug that lets people see dead loved ones. This short series is currently in Post-Production.

"Illusions"- Currently in Post-Production

Illusions is a project that has interested me for a while. Set in a futuristic world where people can see whatever they want to see, this short comedy brings out the comedy in a scary time.
I wanted to go back to my roots with this project- writing, directing, and being the only crew member on set- bringing what I've learned at school to a new project.


If there's specific resistance to women making movies, I just choose to ignore that as an obstacle for two reasons: I can't change my gender, and I refuse to stop making movies.

-Kathryn Bigelow




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