Chilean filmmaker with a Masters of Fine Arts in Filmmaking and a bachelor’s degree in Digital Audiovisual Communication. She moved to Los Angeles in 2018 to pursue her dream of becoming a film director.

Fernanda's storytelling is based on social issues and human

struggles. Her last short film Undocumented was a finalist at the Student Los Angeles Film Awards and got officially selected in other 5 film festivals such as Through Women's Eyes International Film Festival, in which she won the award for Best Emerging Filmmaker.

Fernanda is certified in Avid Media Composer and has worked on numerous projects, such as short films, music videos, corporate videos, and motion graphics.


Selected as one of 35 interns at the Academy Gold Rising Production Track Program 2021 in the Film Editing Discipline.

"Making films makes me feel alive and in a dream at the same time. There's an inexplicable beauty about being a director of my own stories, where people can actually see and listen to what it’s in my head. It’s the best way for people to know who I am."


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