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Eugenia Renteria

Director, Inspira Studios
Watsonville, CA US
Available for Freelance
Open To Mentoring
Open To Virtual Coffee
Filmmaker and educator.


Eugenia is an award-winning filmmaker and educator. She was born and raised in a rural community in Zacatecas, Mexico, before migrating to the California Central Coast. She wrote and directed Amor en Cuarentena, Strawberry Picker, 13 Años, 9 Kilómetros, and Tierra Fértil, which premiered at Mexico City's Cineteca Nacional and was later broadcast at Mexico's Canal 22. Her work has been showcased at the Mill Valley Film Festival, the New York Latino Film Festival, the San Diego Latino Film Festival, the Cine Festival San Antonio, ShortsMexico, and many more. Eugenia graduated from Cal State Monterey Bay with a B.A. in Cinematic Arts & Technology. She was an inaugural fellow for the Watsonville Film Festival's Cine Se Puede Fellowship and is a PBS Ignite Mentorship for Diverse Voices mentee. Eugenia is the co-founder and owner of Inspira Studios, where she produces a variety of community-driven stories.