CRYSTALINA's WRITER AND PRODUCER
Beatrix Guedes is a film maker and Chief Creative Officer at MOONLANDER STUDIOS, in Los Angeles. She has created, directed and produced award winning films, documentaries, music videos, commercials, scripted and unscripted series for various TV networks. In 2005 Beatrix started her production house SELVA, building a creative network with film and TV professionals worldwide to create, develop and produce compelling content across diverse genres for multiple platforms. In 2016 she has moved permanently to Los Angeles and founded the production company MOONLANDER STUDIOS, focused on development.
In the past 3 years Beatrix has written and developed 2 feature films, 1 feature documentary, 1 scripted and 3 unscripted TV series, and 2 short films. She is working in various projects in different stages :
Her feature film “Crystalina’’ project was finalist at the 2017 Tribeca Film Institute / Sloan Fund, NY , and the script is in its third draft (producer's draft)
Her scripted series “Stories from the Interlude” was optioned to be co-produced by 2 production companies in Los Angeles.
The feature film written and directed by her, “The Caterpillar“ , is currently packaging. The feature documentary written and directed by her , “Partying to Revolution - part II" , is currently in production. The short film "Rupert" , written and directed by her , is in post production.
. Crystalina (feature film) – project FINALIST at TRIBECA FILM INSTITUTE, NY – Sloan Fund 2017
and selected top 20 projects by Women Film Makers in Hollywood - GET IT GIRL Showcase - 2018 at Raleigh Studios, Hollywood.
. Santa Ursula (TV ad) awarded BRONZE LION at the CANNES LIONS AWARDS
. Eldorado (documentary) opened the UNITED NATIONS CONGRESS OF HUMAN RIGHTS and the LATIN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL
. Globalpop (TV format) – shortlisted among 200 formats worldwide at CANNES MIPTV / MIPFORMATS
. Ecoprático (TV series) awarded ENVIRONMENTAL MERIT AWARD at the LATIN AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTAL CONFERENCE
. Freak Gallery (short) selected at the NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL LGBT, SEOUL NET FESTIVAL
. Pelvis (short ) acquired by MAM – MUSEUM OF MODERN ART OF SAO PAULO permanent collection
. Eyes (short ) opened the HOLLYWOOD BRAZILIAN FILM FESTIVAL , in Los Angeles, CA.
. Peacock ( short ) opened the HOLLYWOOD BRAZILIAN FILM FESTIVAL , in Los Angeles, CA.