GRIT's All Female Production Crew

GRIT's All Female Production Crew

EILEEN ABARRCA

WRITER/CO-DIRECTOR

Eileen grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and migrated to L.A to pursue a degree in Philosophy from UCLA. After graduating with honors, she traded her books on Aristotle for books on Stanislavski and headed to New York where she received her M.F.A in acting from The Actors Studio. A native Spanish speaker and dual citizen of the U.S and Argentina, Eileen made her directorial debut with the award winning political documentary entitled Finding Mabel, which explores Argentina's infamous "Dirty War" and her family's connection to the 30,000 Desaparecidos. Eileen is a proud lifetime member of The Actors StudioSag-AftraWomen in Film, and Film Fatales. She lives in Santa Monica with her lovely husband Garrett, his amazing mustache, and their sweet newborn baby boy Emmett. 

   
  
   
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JORDAN AUTEN

PRODUCER/CO-DIRECTOR

A Las Vegas native and competitive junior golfer, Jordan earned a golf scholarship to the University of San Francisco during undergrad. As a media studies major, she won the Gloria Osuna Perez Award for her short film entitled, ‘Civil Rights Still Lives’. ‘A Triggered Thought’ was selected as a finalist by judges, Angela Bassett, Michelle Rodriguez, and Sofia Coppola for 2003 SEVENTEEN MAGAZINE/Montage Entertainment Film Contest. Accepted into UCLA’s MFA directing program in 2006, Jordan completed several award winning short films. She’s a 2007 recipient of the Motion Picture of America Award and a 2009 recipient of the Wasserman Award for Film. In her 2nd year at UCLA, she served as Festival Coordinator for UCLA Festival of Creative Work. Post grad school, she’s an award winning filmmaker, and produced an audience favorite and Independent Spirit Award nominee, entitled MAMITAS. She’s currently producing television shows for A&E, while directing commercials for brands such as Dove, Neutrogena, Axe, and Eco Tools.

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JUDY PHU

CINEMATOGRAPHER

An award winning cinematographer based in Los Angeles, Judy is the oldest child of Vietnamese war refugees. Their journeys provide her with unlimited curiosity and imagination.  Their experiences inspire her to fight for once in a lifetime types of stories and storytellers. Judy navigates comfortably between narrative, documentary, commercial and music video collaborations. Her heart is set on nuanced, bold ideas. Her work has screened at Sundance, Tribeca, on PBS, AMC, HBO, the History Channel and more. She is represented at APA Agency.

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