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Nina Lopez-Corrado
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Nina Lopez-Corrado is a director on ABC's A Million Little Things.

BiographyEdit

Early LifeEdit

Not much is known about Lopez-Corrado's early life. She is a film graduate of Full Sail University.[1]

CareerEdit

Lopez-Corrado is a producer and director, with working experience in both independent and studio produced motion pictures as well as major network television.[1]

As a producer, Lopez-Corrado has worked on well over 150 episodes of the CBS television show The Mentalist, where she has also served as the series primary second unit director.[1]

Lopez-Corrado's directorial debut short film Mindfield, garnered her the Best New Director Award at the 2012 Madrid International Film Festival, Best Short Film Award at the Chinese American Film Festival and both Best Director and Best Short Film Award at the Lewiston Auburn Film Festival.[1] Mindfield was also an official selection at the New York, Boston, Newport Beach, Detroit, Las Vegas and Mexico International Film festivals. In addition, Lopez-Corrado's producing talents were put to work launching the directorial careers of Courteney Cox, Demi Moore, and Kate Hudson.[1]

Lopez-Corrado is a founding partner at Broken Toy Works Inc.[1] She is also an alumni member of the WBTV Directors Workshop and has since directed episodes of Supernatural, The Flash, Frequency, Stitchers, NCIS: New Orleans, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, Marvel's Runaways, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, Manifest and Once Upon a Time.[1]

In 2018, Lopez-Corrado directed an episode of the ABC series, A Million Little Things.[2]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Nina Lopez-Corrado - About, by Nina Lopez-Corrado, Ninalopezcorrado.com (October 13, 2018 (retrieved))
  2. Production List, by Directors Guild of Canada British Columbia, Dgc.ca (June 15, 2018)