Kana Felix is a Chicago-based writer and director who primarily focuses on comedic films. She was born in New York City, and was raised just about everywhere, as a T.C.K. (Third Culture Kid). She is an alumna at both the Gallatin School of Individualized Study at NYU and Harold Ramis Film School at The Second City. Her student short film, Tabatha Jane Maxx, has screened at the Austin Spotlight Film Fest and Detroit Shetown Film Fest, and was nominated for Best Comedy Film at the Portland Comedy Film Fest. In August 2018, she was one of fifty participants selected for the Telluride Film Festival Student Symposium, where she had intimate seminars with world-renowned directors such as Werner Hertzog, Ken Burns, Hirokazu Kore-eda, Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra.

The Office: A Comedy of Love

There is a rare moment of character revelation, in the popular American sitcom (first adapted from the original British show) The Office, when Michael Scott, says this about Pam, the … Continue reading The Office: A Comedy of Love

An interview with Porscha Williams: her journey from film student in Chicago to a TV assistant at Miramax

I first became aware of Porscha Williams when she generously video called into my “Finding Your Comedic Voice” class at the Harold Ramis Film School. At the time she was … Continue reading An interview with Porscha Williams: her journey from film student in Chicago to a TV assistant at Miramax