Andrea Arauz is a Central American filmmaker and executive producer of Aurora Studio. Based in Honduras. She has a master degree in Documentary Cinema from the School of Cinema from Barcelona (ECIB). Her past films as a director and producer includes: Living Bodies, documentary short film (2022); Awakening, short fiction for Spotlight Initiative and UN WOMEN (Honduras-2020); Birthday Cake, short fiction (Costa Rica, Honduras-2020) and Deprived of Liberty, short documentary (Honduras-2015). She has also video edited Santitos, winner of the International Short Film Festival El Heraldo in 2016 and Best International Short Film Miami Fest Best Shorts Worldwide in 2018. In 2021-2022, she was part of the coordinating team of the Female Honduran Filmmakers Collective. In 2019 and 2023, she helped the F. H. F. C. to produce the second exhibition of films created by women “El Sueño de Alicia” (Alicia’s Dream). On behalf of the Female Honduran Filmmakers Collective, she was the Project Manager of 'Transforming Imaginaries Project', funded by the Spotlight Initiative in Honduras, a global partnership between the European Union and the United Nations. With the objective of designing methodology and executing the training space of the 'Film School: Learn, Transform and Take Action', for the prevention of gender violence in Honduras, benefiting more than 100 children in the country. Also in 2021 and 2022 she worked as a financial administrator in the School of Cinema with a Gender Approach 'Una Mirada Propia' for the F.H.F.C. In 2021 she became the first Honduran documentary filmmaker to win the Logan Nonfiction Fellowship. Since 2020, she is part of the screening committee of Camden International Film Festival. She has worked in the areas of digital strategy, field production, director, video editor and 2D animation for Honduran brands, national and international NGOs.