Jazmin Aguilar is a director and editor from Los Angeles. Growing up a first generation Mexican American, Jazmin's main focus is to normalize the Hollywood Chicanx perspective. Her director debut The Letter won the Jury Award for Best College Short at the SA Film Festival, among other official selections at Academy Award/BAFTA qualifying festivals. The Letter was licensed by HBO and will air on all their platforms beginning July 2020. She directed her first theatre play The Fruit Flies at the NBC Short + Sweet Hollywood competition. Jazmin won Best Director at the Young Entertainers Awards at Warner Brothers. Her current projects include her debut feature, Hija De Tu Madre. As a video editor some of her projects include; Dragon Chain (Disney innovation company), Danny Seraphine from the classic rock band Chicago and assisting promotional videos for Nolan Bushnell (the creator of Atari). Jazmin currently produces and edits social content for Facebook marketing campaigns. Jazmin is an alumni of the HBO sponsored Tomorrow's Filmmakers Today Fellowship for emerging filmmakers and a recipient of the NALIP emerging creator scholarship.