Elizabeth Palmore’s first screenplay, THE EVENING HOUR, premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival in the U.S. Dramatic Competition.
Elizabeth has since adapted a young adult novel to the screen for Adaptive Studios and is currently developing a one-hour scripted television series for American Meme.
Prior to professional screenwriting, Elizabeth performed as assistant to Daniel Day-Lewis during LINCOLN and later for Kathleen Kennedy at Lucasfilm.
Elizabeth holds a Master of Fine Arts in Playwriting from San Francisco State University. Her plays have been recognized as finalists in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival, the San Francisco Browning Society Dramatic Monologue Contest, and the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival.
Upon completing her graduate degree, Elizabeth worked at Pixar Animation Studios for three years in their recruiting department.
A native of Virginia, Elizabeth currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband, attempting to adapt to life without seasons.
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