Bio: Migdia Chinea is an autodidact American narrative filmmaker who studied at the graduate film school of the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) - MFA in Film 2012. Her 2011 UCLA film “anonymous (street meat)” screened in the independent Directors' Fortnight at Cannes and has been selected at thirty-six festivals worldwide, including Saint Petersburg, Russia; her second film KNINTH FLOOR has been shown at the Polish Film Festival; the New York Philip K. Dick Sci-fi Film Festival, Writers Guild of America, west (WGAW) and others. Migdia has won recognition for her emphasis on character-driven stories and her use of fragmented images, lights and shadows to present human rights thematics. As a WGA member, she was a delegate of the Sundance producers and screenwriters program tailored around co-production/distribution. Her new TV series pilot film “Old Havana and the Great Pimp of San Isidro” is based on the life of a famous Cuban gigolo and examines politics and sex in 1910 Havana.