Gabriela Lima is a filmmaker from Brazil who is best known for her award-winning short film "Soundproof", which has received critical acclaim and has been featured in several prestigious film festivals around the world, and "The Talk," a short film that tries to end the stigma surrounding menstruation and start a healthy conversation between parents and their daughters.
Currently, Gabriela is working as a production secretary in a Marvel Studios series, further honing her skills and gaining valuable experience in the field.
Gabriela is passionate about using her talents to give a voice to underrepresented groups, particularly Latino women who face ongoing struggles that are often ignored. Her commitment to raising awareness of important social issues has been evident throughout her career, and she has already produced a Primetime Emmy Award-winning show, "A&E's Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath".
As she continues to work on new and exciting projects, including the Netflix series "Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story", Gabriela's star is sure to continue rising in the entertainment industry. Her remarkable achievements have not gone unnoticed, and she was selected for the Warner Media fellowship "Tomorrow Filmmakers Today".