Producer Mónica Cortina Mariscal meets FRONTRUNNER

Mexican film producer Mónica Cortina Mariscal has focused a shining a light on stories that desperately need to be told in today's world. She was trained as a graphic designer, leading to her involvement as an art director, and eventually worked for OCESA (one of the largest producers of entertainment events in Mexico, Latin America, and the world.) Unafraid to reinvent herself, Cortina's most recent work has been behind films that touch on topics like immigration, humanism, and morality, pavin...

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