Daniel Eduvijes Carrera is a writer and director who is most notably known for his award-winning short film “Primera Comunion”.On top of his directing work, Daniel serves as a screenplay analyst for clients including the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, the Writers Guild of America, Starz and NBC/Universal. Carrera has as well taught film courses at Columbia University and has been awarded the National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts Entertainment Scholarship.

Daniel received the National Hispanic Foundation for Arts and National Association of Latino Arts and Culture film grants, won the Djerassi Artist Residency Award for screenwriting, is a fellow of the Produire au Sud Program in France and a fellow of Film Independent's Project: Involve. Daniel belongs to the elite group of Fulbright Scholars in Film (Mexico/USA) and was honored with the prestigious Rockefeller Foundation/Tribeca Film Institute Media Arts Fellowship. Daniel's latest work, “Soledad De Los Incendios” was granted the Latino Public Broadcasting Media Content Fund and most recently, he was awarded the SFFILM/Westridge Screenwriting Grant for the development of his debut feature film, “Invoking Juan Angel”.

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