Damiana is a Mexican Film Director based in Los Angeles.
Her poetic visual storytelling focuses on female led, magical realism narratives.
She hunts for the sublime through the mystical and the profound.
Born in Mexico City, Damiana graduated Summa Cum Laude from Universidad Iberoamericana with a BA in Communication Sciences and a minor in Film. As a recipient of the prestigious Mexican scholarship FONCA- CONACYT, Damiana moved to Los Angeles to pursue a Master of Fine Arts Degree in Film Directing at the American Film Institute Conservatory.
She was selected as an emerging Mexican filmmaker by the program Tomorrow’s Filmmakers Today in collaboration with HBO and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and participated in Cine Qua Non's Script Revision Lab with the support of The Academy and the Tribeca Film Institute.
Her visual poem Aurum premiered on Pantaya and Dish Latino and her most recent work includes a national commercial for Walmart, the music video Ahí Donde Me Ven for Mexican artist Ángela Aguilar and a short film titled Lux Noctis that is starting its festival run.