Moises Zamora

Moisés Zamora

Astrolucha | Creator / Founder / Filmmaker

Award-winning Mexican-American writer and filmmaker, Moisés Zamora is the creator,  executive producer, and co-showrunner of Netflix’s Selena: The Series. Previously, Moisés was a  staff writer on the Emmy-winning series American Crime, and Star on FOX. Earlier in his career,  he was the recipient of the Binational Literary Prize for Young Novel Border of Words for his  coming-of-age novel written in Spanish when he was twenty-five years old. While in advertising,  he executive-produced the short film Remember Me in Red, a Latina transgender story, which  received the Audience Award at San Francisco’s Frameline. 

In 2011, his film Young and Mexican received the award for Best Documentary by a Mexican Director at the Oaxaca FilmFest. He’s  currently developing a limited series about the tragic murder of Vanessa Guillén and her sister’s  heroic campaign for legislative change with Eva Longoria attached to direct the pilot.  

Furthermore, Moisés continues to fulfill his life’s purpose of storytelling by directing his first  horror feature To Die Sane with Danny Ramirez in the lead – all while building Astrolucha, an  innovative web3 distribution platform powered by a league of inclusive superheroes. A graduate  of Brown University, he was born in Mexico and immigrated to the U.S. at the age of eleven. He  currently resides in Los Angeles.

"Every one starts as fighter, only a few become superheroes."

-Moisés Zamora

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