Diana began her film career in 1996 working with Christian Slater on a short called MUSEUM OF LOVE for Showtime. In 2001 her film, EL CAMINO, won the audience award at Columbia College’s Latino student film festival and premiered at the Chicago Latino Film Festival. In 2002 Diana won a Telly for her documentary short BEHIND THE SCENES WITH CESAR CHAVEZ, and was involved in the production of over 200 award winning documentary shorts for middle school and high school students. In 2004, Diana produced a psychological thriller feature, TO KILL A KILLER, and a pilot for a TV sitcom entitled WINDY FIELD. After moving back to Los Angeles, Diana attended the prestigious American Film Institute to pursue a Masters Degree in Producing.
Her most recent picture, NIÑA QUEBRADA (which she wrote and produced) was awarded the inaugural ACE (Animal Content in Entertainment) Production grant. NIÑA QUEBRADA has screened at several film festivals throughout the US and has won several awards (including Best Short, Best Screenplay, among others) and was most recently nominated for Best Short and Best Lead Actress at the 23rd Annual Imagen Awards.
Diana just finished her newest screenplay KING based on the novel MY BLOODY LIFE; THE MAKING OF A LATIN KING by Reymundo Sanchez.
Currently Diana lives in Los Angeles and continues to produce and write while expanding her production company.