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Grow The F*ck Up, Director
Pasadena Legacy Project, Director
Solstice Ranch, Director
No Choice, Director
Darryl, Director
To Live and Try in LA, Director

Best Director, Solstice Ranch Feb 2019 Oregon Shorts Film Festival
Best International Film, Darryl - Australian Veterans Film Festival
Best Director, Darryl - Women's Only Entertainment Film Festival
Semi Finalist - Nevada Women's Film Festival

Personal Details

Los Angeles

Work Details

Member, Non-member

Alliance of Women Directors- Board Member/Membership Chair
Cinefemme - VP of Events


Born and raised in New York, Christianna Carmine had spent much of her early life as a stage actor, with a strong interest in the human condition.
After completing her Masters’ Degree in Psychology with a focus on criminal sociopathy, Christianna continued to pursue a career in film as an actor. Unable to ignore her desire to direct, she wrote and directed her first short, To Live and Try in LA, in 2011.
In 2014, Christianna wrote, directed and produced her second short film, Darryl, which premiered at the GI Film Festival in 2016 and has won awards for Best Female Director and Best International Drama.
Christianna recently won Best Director at the Oregon Shorts Film Festival for her fourth project, Solstice Ranch starring Wil and Grace’s Ryan Pinkston and Marlon star, Essence Atkins. In August 2019, Christianna will direct her 7th project, Enough Room, written by Lauren Chavez-Myers based on a short story by author Bobbie Becerra.