Catalina Aguilar Mastretta studied Communications at the Universidad Iberoamericana, Cinema at New York University and Screenwriting at the American Film Institute. She was the screenwriter and director of Las Horas Contigo (Time With You, 2015), nominated for the Ariel Award for the best opera prima. She wrote and directed the short film Tabacotla in 2008, was a screenwriter for the historical drama series Gritos de Muerte y Libertad (Cries of Death and Freedom, 2010), which commemorates the Bicentenary of the Independence of Mexico, and wrote the script for the film Echo Park (2014). In 2017, she wrote and directed Everybody Loves Somebody, a Mexican romantic comedy starring Karla Souza and José María Yazpik. In addition, Amazon has ordered a bilingual comedy pilot written, directed, and executively produced by Catalina. Catalina has as well directed the first two episodes from season one of the STARZ’s series, Vida and the 2020 film Cindy La Regia.

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