Amanda Gonzáles is a rising star in the film and television industry. She was born in Mexico City, Mexico and raised in Los Angeles, California. She has always been passionate about filmmaking and writing, and that passion has driven her career.
Amanda began her career in the film industry by working as an assistant for director, Fernando Meirelles. She was then accepted into the American Film Institute Conservatory, where she received her Master’s degree in Film and Television Production.
Since graduating, Amanda has been steadily working in the industry. She has directed several short films, including “The Other Side of the Wall” and “Monsters,” which both premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. She has also directed a number of television projects, including episodes of “Grey’s Anatomy,” “The Fosters” and “The Strain.”
In 2015, Amanda directed her first feature film, “The Good House.” The film premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and was nominated for several awards, including the Grand Jury Prize at the San Francisco International Film Festival.
Amanda is currently in pre-production on her second feature film, “The Moth”, which is set to begin shooting in early 2018. She is also developing a television series for the FX Network.
Amanda is a passionate and talented filmmaker who is quickly establishing herself in the industry. Her creative vision and dedication to her craft have earned her numerous accolades and awards. She is committed to telling stories that are both entertaining and meaningful. Amanda is definitely a director to watch.