Mary Angélica Molina truly believes there is a market for artful, bold, well-told stories by people of color and wants to nurture that audience. She has been recognized by the Sundance Institute, IFP, The Latino Film Fund, and the Brooklyn Arts Council. Having experience as a producer and consultant for media companies in New York, some of Mary’s previous clients include ABC, Yahoo!, PBS as well as various prominent independent filmmakers.

She has made two fiction short films: "Oh Baby, I Love You!," which won the prestigious Cameraimage Cinematography Award (2009); and "La Rosa y El Gato" (2006), which premiered at Palm Springs International Film Festival. In early 2013, she participated in the Sundance Screenwriter’s Lab Intensive with her script Dolores, which will mark her feature directorial debut. In 2018, Mary’s short, "Valentina," starring Emma Ramos, was not only recognized at the New York Latino Film Festival, but aired on HBO Go as well. Mary was a part of NALIP’s Latino Media Fest Official Selection, where her directed short, "Dichos," was showcased.

Mary is working on three features currently in development, "Dolores," "Natives," and "Las Malas," make sure to check out more of her work here!