Diana Moro is founder and international award-winning creative producer of Moro Filmes, a production and distribution company based in Curitiba (South of Brazil). Diana Moro is graduated in Film Production by New York Film Academy. Her previously experience in Film and Television Business was as Assistant of Film Programming Department at the Central Nacional de Televisão (CNT), and content producer for Coastal Training Technologies, a Production Company based in Virginia Beach.
Her first credit in film and TV production was as local producer of Shoah Visual History produced by Steven Spielberg and Shoah Visual History Foundation.
She is also responsible for the distribution of most important Brazilian Horror films for LATAM territory by Turner and worldwide at iTunes and Google Play stores directed by well-known talents such as: Rodrigo Aragão, Armando Fonseca, Kapel Furman, and Paulo Biscaia Filho. Starting in 2012, Diana has been producing Madrugada Sangrenta Festival, and the 2014 Edition brought to Brazil the Master of Horror Films Producer: Roger Corman.
For 2020 Diana produced and will distribute a new generation of Brazilian filmmakers such as:
Diego Lopes and Claudio Bittencourt directors of LAMENTO (Oficial Selection at: 41st Cairo Film Festival, 52nd Brasilia Film Festival and 50th Nashville Film Festival among others).
Severino Neto and Rafael de Carvalho directors of THE BATTLE OF SHANGRI-LA (Official Selection at: 27th Mix Brasil and 52nd Brasilia Film Festival among others).
Gil Baroni director of ALICE JR (Official Selection at: 42nd Mostra SP, 27th Mix Brasil - Winner of Best Picture by Popular Vote, 52nd Brasilia Film Festival - Winner of Best Actress and 21st Rio de Janeiro Int'l Film Festival - Winner of Best Picture by Popular Vote) and CASA IZABEL in post production.
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