Aurora Guerrero a writer and director. Born and raised in San Francisco, Aurora wrote and directed Mosquita y Mari, her debut narrative feature.
It premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival and traveled to over 100 film festivals, including San Francisco International, Melbourne, Guadalajara, Sao Paulo, and earned multiple awards, including Best First Feature at Outfest and a Spirit Award and GLAAD nomination for Best Film under 500k. She also directed short films, including Pura Lengua (2005 Sundance Film Festival) and Viernes Girl (winner HBO/NYLIFF competition). Her second feature, Los Valientes (The Brave Ones), was awarded two grants by SFF/KRF and a 2013 Tribeca Narrative Grant. Guerrero was named a Time Warner/Sundance Storytelling Fellow in 2012.