In 2016 Corine Dhondee took part in an 'EMERGING TALENT' event organised by SOUL, the BFI and Hiive. A London based filmmaker she first appeared on the short film circuit with Hani's House a short news piece which was filmed in Israel and which she made after graduating with an MA from London School of Economics.
Since then her combined love of writing, photography, research and art has seen her self-shoot and edit In Search of God's Disciples (filmed in Prague), A Short Film about Jazz (filmed in London), The Queen's Suite (filmed in the UK & Wales) and supported by Christopher Hird the Founder and Managing Director of Dartmouth Films.
She studied at London Film School where she wrote and directed four shorts. Her last short film Sticks and Stones screened at the London Short Film festival. Whilst at London Film School she produced a number of shorts and further developed her knowledge of each department.
Corine is developing a documentary about women of colour filmmakers and a screenplay called QUIET STORM.
Her work has screened at various film festivals across the world including the Kansas Jazz Festival, The East End Film Festival, SOUL, Southside Film Festival, the Sheffield International Documentary Film Festival and the London Short Film Festival.