Juliana Curi is a Brazilian-Latinx film director and visual artist. Deeply influenced by the social cinema school, she graduated in Journalism, and began her career in the creative department of MTV Brazil, developing social awareness campaigns about HIV, Politics, and Climate Justice focused on Brazilian youth.
Since then, Juliana was the UN Women’s Award winner with the P&G Campaign as the best campaign in Latin America that defies gender stereotypes, 2021 Bric Brooklyn Film+TV Resident, part of the board of supporters and director of the launching campaign of More Grls, the first roadmap to female talent in Brazil which aims to fight gender inequality and she signed the exhibitions Pink Intervention Exhibition (Spotte Art NY, Artsy) and The Battle of the Body at Centro Cultural São Paulo (São Paulo Cultural Center).
She currently lives in Los Angeles, is co-founder of the filmmaking social program EUETU Lab and signs the script, direction and production of the feature film UYRA — The Rising Forest, grated by Doc Society — Climate Story Unit and Bric Brooklyn Residency. The film had its first theatrical trailer exhibited during COP 26 and is slated to be released in 2022.