Diana Peralta is a producer, filmmaker, and writer by way of New York City and the Dominican Republic. Her debut feature as writer-director, De Lo Mio, has its world premiere on June 22 as the closing night film of BAMcinemaFest. She currently works as a producer at Revlon, where she leads a range of projects across content production, brand design, digital design, industrial design, and marketing activation. Her work as a producer on the short documentary La Feria Concreta was screened as part of the Dominican Republic’s first pavilion installation at the 2014 Venice Biennale of Architecture. Her short films have been featured in several festivals and theatrical productions across the US. Aside from her own work, Peralta has collaborated below-the-line on films like Matthew Porterfield’s Puttyhill (Berlin, SXSW ‘10) and I Used to Be Darker (Sundance, Berlin ‘13). She graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 2011 with a B.A. in Film & Media Studies.