Enough Room is lead by a team of experienced professionals from the film, storytelling, and corporate worlds. As women of color and mixed ethnicities, we offer diverse and versatile perspectives in regards to passive racism and sexism. We not only recognize the need to build a level of communication that is not present in our current society, but can model that behavior through a cinematic medium.
Bobbie Becerra is an author, speaker, and storyteller from Los Angeles, California. She uses storytelling to create an invitation to discuss critical topics such as abuse recovery, personal healing, and social judgements. Using her own experiences, she attempts to challenge assumptions and build a greater sense of understanding on both personal and societal levels. Approaching sensitive issues with an uncommon balance of critical objectivity and compassion, Bobbie hopes to give a voice to those personally affected by social adversities while providing content for those who have not been directly affected.
Bobbie is a certified domestic violence victims advocate and a member of the RAINN National Speakers Bureau. She also brings 20+ years of leadership experience in quality management and training for a range of business industries including private post-secondary education, advertising, and logistics.
Born and raised in New York, Christianna Carmine spent much of her early life as a stage actor who harbored a strong interest in the human condition. As she began to amass a body of stage credits, her fascination with human nature continued to grow, influencing her work as a performer, and leading her to study psychology at the graduate level.
After completing her Masters’ Degree in Psychology with a focus on criminal sociopathy, Christianna continued to pursue a career in film. While working in film and as an actor, her attention became drawn towards the art of filmmaking and in 2011 produced and directed her first short, To Live and Try in LA, shot on 16mm.
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 Director and Best International Drama. Her fourth directing venture, Solstice Ranch premiered at LA Shorts Fest 2018 and stars Will and Grace’s Ryan Pinkston, The Real O’Neals’ Matt Shively and film and television veteran, Essence Atkins (Girlfriends Getaway, Marlon).
In September 2018, she directed the season finale of the web series, Grow the F*ck Up starring Courtney Sauls and Samantha Smart (Dear White People-TV). Ms. Carmine’s fourth directing venture, Solstice Ranch premiered at LA Shorts Fest 2018 and garnered her a Best Director win in February 2019 at the Oregon Shorts Film Festival.
When not working behind the camera, Christianna enjoys creating socially relevant content and making people laugh.
Lauren Chavez-Myers is a filmmaker, writer, actor, and proud Burqueña from New Mexico. She received her BFA in Theatre Performance from Chapman University while simultaneously discovering her passion for writing, directing, and giving a voice to underrepresented groups in media.
After graduating, she spent eight years working in professional film, television, and theatre in New Mexico, including a two season recurring role on WGN's "Manhattan" opposite Michael Chernus. Other notable roles include "12 Strong" (opposite Michael Peña), AMC’s "Better Call Saul," "The Space Between Us" (opposite Gary Oldman), and "Only the Brave." Chavez-Myers proudly served five years as the Director of Media & Marketing for the Latina-led Duke City Repertory Theatre, where she produced all of their trailers, media, and online content while also working as a member of the resident acting company.
She co-wrote, produced, and starred in the feature film "Dead Billy," and has written, directed, and produced several award-winning shorts, including "Imagining Vera" which won Best Film and Best Directing at the 2014 Albuquerque 48 Hour Film Festival. She has also directed and produced three of the four LGBTQIA-friendly "Star Wars: Frankie and Jude" films, which have screened at festivals and comic cons all over the world and won numerous awards.
Chavez-Myers has several projects in development through her company Room of Req Productions. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband Rick and their dog Marty McFly.
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