Screenwriter and director based in São Paulo – Brazil. Her first short film 69 – Praça da Luz (69-Luz Square) won several awards around the world, including best short film at Rio De Janeiro International Film Festival and was screened at MoMa-NY. Tatuapé Mahal Tower, which she wrote and co-directed, premiered at TIFF- Toronto International Film Festival 2014, where Carolina was considered one of the “five filmmakers to watch” of Short Cuts International by curator Shane Smith, at Co-Create. TMT was one of the most awarded short films of that year in Brazil and was selected to more than 200 festivals around the world. Among other awards, the film was recognized for “best screenplay” and was declared best film more than 15 times. In September 2015, she was one of the 10 emerging international filmmakers invited to be part of TIFF- Toronto International Film Festival- Talent Lab, whose mentors were Wim Wenders, Jim Stark, Christine Vauchon and Malgorzata Szumowska. She was selected to Talents Buenos Aires 2016. And Talents Berlinale 2018. Postergados (Postponed) was her third short film, with actor César Bordón (Relatos Salvajes) and Mirella Pascual (Whisky). It won Best Screenplay at Festival de Gramado and was in the official competition at the Biarritz Film Festival. Namoro À Distância (Long Distance Relationship), her fourth short, had its World Premiere at TIFF- Toronto International Film Festival 2017 and American Premiere at SXSW 2018. O Órfão (The Orphan), her most recent short, will première in CANNES – Director’s Fortnight 2018. The screenplay of her first feature film, When My Life Was My Life, which is currently raising funds, won SPCINE’s (São Paulo Film Commission) script doctoring award. The project was selected to AUSTRALAB, where it had Lucrecia Martel’s mentorship. It also won IBERMEDIA development fund and was selected to CINEMART – ROTTERDAM IFF.