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TV Pilot


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A Latina lesbian thriller.

Feature Film



It’s 1975. Catherine’s girlfriend takes their son and leaves. Because she is not the biological mother and has no legal right, Catherine's going to

lose her son.

Animated Short


current projects

films written and directed by

The Wait

Desi's Looking for a

New Girl

Do the Math

Worst Case Scenario: 

Butch Edition

Worst Case Scenario: 

Femme Edition

Mind if I Call You Sir?

Mechanic's Daydream

films directed by

MARY GUZMÁN (Director)


"Los Siete" by Veronica Mejano

     a live-cinema event

     Brava! Women for the Arts, San Francisco 

"Overlooked Latin@s" by Tina D’Elia 

     a one-woman show

     Brava! Women for the Arts, San Francisco

"Living Proof" by Skyler Cooper

     part of "Participants" TheatreFirst, Berkeley

     Outstanding Anthology Production

     Theatre Bay Area Awards Finalists

"Ghost Limb" by Marisela Treviño Orta

     Brava! Women for the Arts, San Francisco

"Children are Forever: All Sales are Final" by Julia Jackson

       United Solo Festival, NYC

       Best Non-Fiction Show Award

"The Rita Hayworth of this Generation" by Tina D'Elia

       San Francisco Fringe Festival

       Best of Sold Out Show

       Best of SF Fringe

"Forever Never Comes" by Enrique Urueta

       Crowded Fire Theater Company, San Francisco

"Learn to be Latina" by Enrique Urueta

       Impact Theatre, Berkeley

       Best Ensemble Cast in a Comedy, SF Bay Guardian     

       Best Ensemble, SF Weekly

       Reader’s Choice Best Play, East Bay Express


Mary Guzmán has received awards from Outfest, Frameline, SF Bay Area Women in Film, Television and Media and the SF International Women's Film Festival.

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