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Cionín Lorenzo

Creative Producer
Brooklyn, NY US
Open To Mentoring
Open To Virtual Coffee
I am a Latina filmmaker interested in stories about the climate crisis, de-colonization, and the arts.


Cionín is a two-time Imagen Award winning Latina filmmaker from Brooklyn, New York, and recently was the Showrunner on two Peacock/T+ unscripted series. She is currently directing two feature documentary films, one which confronts the consequences of systemic racism through the points of view of three women of color, and another that gives voice to the challenges facing parents raising children with disabilities. She started her career at MTV Networks where for over 15 years she worked with numerous celebrities on programming for MTV News & Docs, MTV International, MTV Latin America and MTV tr3s, including as Director of two short documentaries on Shakira, and Director of MTV Cribs for 5 years. Later, as Supervising Producer, she oversaw a team of 40+ running the production of 70 episodes that were produced within three years. Continuing in that role for the launch of the Latinx focused channel MTV Tr3s, she produced music, lifestyle and short-form documentary programming, and conceived and produced two successful specials. Afterwards, she worked as the Senior Production Coordinator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where she was the liaison for TV productions, filmmakers, still photographers and artists who filmed at the museum such as illustrator and author Maira Kalman, fashion designer Zac Posen, film director Peter Bogdanovich and photographer Mary McCartney. Recently, she was the story producer of the 2022 Imagen Award winning short film Lights, Camera Acción for American Masters on PBS, Co-Producer on the PBS American Masters documentary Raúl Juliá: The World’s a Stage and Producer/Writer of the 2019 Imagen Award winning PBS Great Performances documentary John Leguizamo’s Road to Broadway.