Christine Dávila is currently a Creative Executive at Stage 13, part of Warner Bros. Digital Networks. In this role she develops short-form, episodic series, and features. Notable content includes I Love Bekka and Lucy, the first short-form series to ever screen at the SXSW Film Festival in 2017, the critically acclaimed horror anthology series, Two Sentence Horror Stories currently on CW Seed, and super hero comedy, High & Mighty available on HBO. Prior to Stage 13, Davila established and ran the U.S. non-profit, Ambulante California, a traveling documentary film festival founded by Diego Luna and Gael García Bernal. She has over twelve years of experience in film programming at various top-notch festivals like Sundance Film Festival, where she has been a Programming Associate since 2008. She tracks American Latino films and filmmakers on her blog chicanafromchicago.com.
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