Randi Barros

Randi BarrosRandi Barros is a screenwriter, film editor, and instructor. Her feature screenplay, THE CHICKEN FESTIVAL was a 2021 finalist for the CineStory TV Retreat and Fellowship Competition and her television pilot, SPRINGTIME IN SEPTEMBER was a 2020 semi-finalist for CineStory, the Filmmatic TV Pilot Awards, and a quarter-finalist for the Final Draft Big Break competition. It was also a winner of the She Called Action 35 Pilot Contest and produced as a podcast.  

Randi’s film editing work includes LIVES WELL LIVED, a multi award-winning documentary which was featured in festivals worldwide and premiered on PBS in September 2021. Randi recently edited the short comedy, TRUSTING CHLOE, which was nominated for Best Editing at the Paris Film Festival, where it won Best Comedy. Randi co-edited the documentary, BOTSO: THE TEACHER FROM TBLISI, which was the winner of 5 Audience Awards at festivals worldwide and was a New York Times critics pick.   

Randi teaches Screenwriting and Film Production at Cal Poly University in San Luis Obispo. She attended the MFA Film program at Columbia University School of the Arts and recently completed her MFA in Screen and Television Writing at Stephens College. https://www.randibarros.com/