Sonia Sebastian is an award-winning writer, producer, and director from Spain based in Los Angeles.

She is in production on her third feature film “The virgin of Highland Park,” an inspirational coming of age story with Dermot Mulroney and Penelope Ann Miller. She directed (work for hire) “Freelancers Anonymous,” an English-language feature film produced by Full Spectrum Features in Chicago, and recognized with the gender-parity stamp from ReFrame and IMDbPro. Her first feature film, filmed in Spain, “De Chica en Chica” is available on Amazon Video.

Sonia worked as director for three years on a Studio (Grupo Jose Luis Moreno) in Spain where she co-directed more than 20 episodes of three Spanish TV Series: “Todo es Posible en el Bajo,” “Aqui Me las den Todas” and “Cuñados” for Spain’s TV networks Mediaset and TeleMadrid.

She was the showrunner, writer, and director of the first online web series in Spain, “Girl Seeks Girl,” produced by Movistar (Telefonica) which was subsequently released on DVD in the U.S.

Fluent in Spanish and English, Sonia is the consummate filmmaker who continually challenges herself and keeps active. Her short film “Yo Tambien,” received the CIMA Award at the Zaragoza Film Festival as Best Filmmaker last year.

Earlier in her career, many of her shorts screened at festivals worldwide and garnered multiple awards. She has a Master’s Degree in Film from San Antonio de Baños, Cuba, and a Master’s degree in Theatre at the Royal Academy of Art in Spain.

Sonia has two TV series in development: “Extra Life” and “Make yourself at home.”