Christian Del Rio Solorzano is a Mexican filmmaker who grew up between Mexico and the US. She currently resides in New York City where she is pursuing an MFA in Film Production at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Her films explore issues of female and immigrant identity through the meticulous development of cinematic worlds. Using these worlds she aims to showcase the impact that culture and environment have on human behavior by looking at our past, imagined future, or an alternate reality.
Christian began making short films in 2017 while working as a Post Production Coordinator in Los Angeles. Since then she has written and directed seven short films. Her films have earned official selections and awards at various international film festivals including the Audience Award at SENE Film Fest in Rhode Island and the Rising Female Director award at Georgia Latino International Film Festival. As a cinematographer she has lensed 15 short films for a diverse and talented group of young directors. Many of those films have gone on to premiere at renowned festivals, such as Palm Springs ShortFest and Dances with Films in New York City.
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