Caroline Suh

Caroline Suh is a Korean–American documentary film director and producer. She is best known for her work on the documentaries Frontrunners, Salt Fat Acid Heat and Blackpink: Light Up the Sky.

In 2008, Suh made her directing debut with the documentary film, Frontrunners, premiered at South by Southwest. She directed 2 episodes and produced 4 episodes of season 6 of Iconoclasts. In 2016, She directed the documentary short, The 4%: Film’s Gender Problem, about the lack of female directors in Hollywood, premiered on Epix.

Suh adapted the book by Samin Nosrat for a Netflix docu-series, Salt Fat Acid Heat, which she also directed. Most recently she directed the Netflix documentary film, Blackpink: Light Up the Sky, about the South Korean girl group Blackpink.

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Native Name: Caroline Suh

Birth Name: Caroline Suh

Nationality:  American

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Gender: Female

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