2023 Princess Grace Honoraria
Nominated by: New York University Tisch School of the Arts
Macdaleine St.Remy is a first-generation, Miami-born, Haitian-American writer and director based in Brooklyn. She writes stories with characters who have yet to experience the spotlight of screen attention, displaying their glorious, messy, and complex lives as lovingly as possible.
Macdaleine received the 2022 Black Family Film Prize, the 2022 Sara Driver Production Award, and 2020 Tisch Initiative for Creative Research HEAR US grant. Her film, dis•chord, which explores questions of class, gender and citizenship, has played at the Middlebury New Filmmaker’s Festival, Toronto Black Film Festival. Using her natural curiosity born from her engineering background as a guide, Macdaleine investigates untold, nuanced stories that show the common humanity all around us.
Macdaleine is currently completing her MFA in Directing at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.