Marina works as a director and researcher for multimedia platforms and experiments with portraits, archives, and soundscapes. Her films have been presented in festivals in France, USA, Portugal, Spain, and elsewhere, including the Margaret Mead Film Festival (NY), Festival Biarritz Latin America (FR), BAFICI (AR) and MiradasDoc (ESP). She is the co-founder of Estúdio CRUA, an award-winning production company that connects new media and social impact. Marina holds a master degree in Creative Documentary (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) and studied photojournalism and storytelling at the ICP (NY). Member of the Film Fatales  ( and teacher at StrudelMediaLive ( Member of the São Paulo Association of Filmmakers (Associação Paulista de Cineastas, APACI). In 2022, her last film "What I've never lost", received two nominations for the Brazilian Society of Cinematographers Award (ABC). SINCE 2023, MARINA coordinates Arché, a creative development space for film professionals from Iberoamerica countries, in Doclisboa and Porto/Post/Doc Festivals, organized by APORDOC - The Portuguese Documentary Association. She's currently working on her project "Red Skies," a video installation supported by DG Arts (Portuguese Directorate-General for the Arts), to be presented in the Azores Islands.
Marina’s recent productions include: 
- "RED SKIES" (in development) Participated in Archè Lab (Portugal) and DokLab Navarra (Spain). Pitched at Porto/Post/Doc and Ji.hlava Documentary Film Festival (Documentary Association of Europe Award, 2022). Co-production between Portugal and Brazil.

- "What I've Never Lost" (86' | 2021), presented in festivals such as 22º BAFICI - Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema, 61º Krakow Film Festival, 13º IN-EDIT Brasil (Jury Prize for Best Documentary - Junho, 2021), 16ª CINEOP - Mostra de Cinema de Ouro Preto and SANFIC - Festival Internacional de Cinema de Santiago (August 2021).
- “The Dual Nature of Light” is a transmedia project in development that won the Biarritz Amerique Latine Film Festival pitching to participate in the Lizières Residency (France, 2019).
- “The Sound of Bells” (70’ | 2017), presented in festivals like 27° Festival Biarritz Latin America (France, 2017), 42º Margaret Mead Film Festival (USA, 2018), 17° Boston Latino International Film Festival (USA, 2018), 48° Visions du Réel (Media Library | Switzerland, 2017​).
- “GARY” (10’ | 2017), presented in festivals such as 24° International Independent Film Festival (Poland, 2017), 11° Uruguay International Documentary Film Festival - Atlantidoc (Uruguay - Atlántida, 2017), 12°  International Documentary Film Festival - MiradasDoc, Official Selection (Spain, 2018), 8° Art of Brooklyn Film Festival, Official Selection (Brooklyn - USA, 2018), 8º Curtas em Flagrante (Portugal, 2018), 6° Festival Internacional de Cortometrajes de Medellín (Colômbia, 2018),  27° Rio de Janeiro International Short Film Festival – Curta Cinema (Brasil, 2017)
- “Realm of The Bell Towers” (45’ | 2015), an interactive documentary produced in Brazil, presented in MIDBO - Expanded Documentary (Colômbia) and winner of the Best Transmedia Project of V Muestra de Antropología Audiovisual de Madrid (Spain)
-  "Las Sombras del Progreso" (60’ | 2012), first interactive documentary produced in Spain, selected for the festivals L'interDocsBarcelona and L'Alternativa 2012. Produced by UAB Barcelona (Master in Theory and Practice of Creative Documentary Film).
+ 16 years of experience in the field of communication
+ Proven storyteller, capable of creating innovative communications
+ Experience in creating and producing new narratives formats
+ Thorough understanding of branding principles and tactics through digital media
+ Creative eye for solutions and ability to distill salient information into successful projects 
+ Strategic curiosity, enthusiastic collaboration and innovative thinking
+ Strong understanding of customer and online market
+ Ability to influence cross-functional teams
+ Strong interpersonal and relationship-building skills
+ Love of technology
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