Randi Barrosis an award winning screenwriter and film editor. Randi's feature script, "Oli & Omi" was a 2022 second-rounder for the Austin Film Festival, and a quarter-finalist for the Finish Line Script Competition and the CineStory Screenwriting Fellowship, where her script, "The Chicken Festival" was a 2021 finalist. Her television pilot, "Springtime in September," was a 2022 finalist for the Athena Writers Lab, a semi-finalist for the Filmmatic TV Pilot Award and for the CineStory TV Writing Competition, and a quarter-finalist for Final Draft's Big Break in 2020. It was a winner of the She Called Action 35 Pilot Contest in 2019 and produced as a podcast.
Randi just completed editing the feature documentary, "Heaven Stood Still: The Life and Times of Willy DeVille," which premiered at London's Doc N Roll Festival in October 2022, the web series, "Snow on the Farm", and "Trusting Chloe," a comedy short that has won several awards and was nominated for Best Editing at the Paris Film Festival. Recently, she edited the PBS documentary, "Lives Well Lived," which was the winner of several awards including the Heart of Gold Excellence Award at the Nevada City Film Festival. Before that, Randi co-edited “Botso, The Teacher From Tblisi,” which was a five time Audience Award winner and a New York Times critics pick.
Randi teaches Screenwriting and Film Production at Cal Poly University, where she received the Learn by Doing Scholars Award in 2022. She recently completed her MFA in Screenwriting and Television Writing at Stephens College. She attended the MFA Film Program at Columbia University School of the Arts and holds her BS degree in Film Studies from Ithaca College. Randi lives in San Luis Obispo, CA with her husband and daughter.