MARY ANGELICA MOLINA
I write funny, dark, queer, intersectional stories about Latinxs who grapple with unanswerable questions like: Who am I? Where do I belong? Should I have the sweet plantains or the salty plantains?
I’m most interested in that special place where commercial narratives meet experimental ones and write to that end. I truly believe there is a market for artful, bold, well-told stories by people of color and want to nurture that audience.
My work has been recognized by the Sundance Institute, IFP, The Latino Film Fund, and the Brooklyn Arts Council.
I also work as a producer and consultant for media companies in New York. Previous clients include ABC, Yahoo!, PBS as well as various prominent independent filmmakers.
I’m a fan of champeta, butifarra, Obregón, and most things that have to do with the Colombian tropics, which will forever be my first home.