Katerina Suvorova is a filmmaker based in Almaty/Kazakhstan. Katerina was born in the 80's in the USSR and was raised in Kazakhstan/Almaty/ where she received her art education. She studied live action cinema at the High Courses of Script Writers and Directors in Moscow and at the Werner Herzog’s Rogue Film School in LA. Her numerous short documentaries were awarded with various international prizes (Critics Guild's Award at "Kinoshok" FF, National Russian Premium “St. Anna”, Special Prize from Robert Bosch Stiftung etc). Katerina was a co-writer and editor of the Julian Assange’s film MEDIANSTAN which was the Best Documentary at the Gothenburg Independent Film Festival, 2014. SEA TOMORROW, her debut full-length documentary, was premiered 2016 in Locarno FF (Critic’s Week). Currently she is working on a new documentary ABOUT LIFE OF PLANETS dedicated to the amateur astronomers saving the abandoned observatory in the mountains of Almaty.