Patricia Correa

Patricia Correa



Patricia Correa is a renowned director, producer, and screenwriter known for her powerful and thought-provoking films. She was born in Mexico City and studied filmmaking at the Centro de Capacitacion Cinematografica in Mexico. She has a degree in Communications from the University of Guadalajara.

Correa has worked in a variety of roles in the film industry since the late 1990s and has been the director and producer of over 30 short films. She has won several awards for her work, including the 2013 Acapulco International Film Festival for Best Short Film for her film, “The Little Girl.” She was also the producer of the documentary “The Other Side of Heaven,” which was nominated for a Goya Award in 2003.

In 2010, Correa wrote and directed her first feature-length film, “The Color of the Cross,” which was based on the true story of a Mexican-American couple who were violently attacked for being different. The film was well-received and drew praise from critics for its powerful and moving story.

Correa has also directed several television shows and series, including “La Ley de Herodes” and “El Señor de los Cielos.” She is currently working on a documentary about the life of Mexican-American actress and singer Selena Quintanilla. Additionally, she has been developing a feature film about the life of Mexican revolutionary Emiliano Zapata.

Correa is dedicated to creating films that are both entertaining and educational, and her work often explores themes of identity, social justice, and family. She is an advocate for women’s rights and has directed several documentaries about the issues facing women in Mexico.

Her work has been featured in several film festivals, including the Cannes Film Festival and the Morelia International Film Festival. She is an inspiration to aspiring filmmakers and has been celebrated for her incredible contribution to the film industry.

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