Synopsis: Interviews aren’t easy, especially when they’re for the most important job of your life; parenthood. Set in a dystopian future, where the government decides whether you’re fit to become a parent or not.
Katrina was inspired to write this story because she started to consider every major life decision that needs to go through some kind of acceptance process. When applying to college you must show a report card for proof of good grades. When interviewing for a job, you must provide references to show proof you are qualified. When applying for a mortgage loan, you must show a credit score to show proof you will pay it back. So what would it look like if parenthood required the same approval process?
Katrina Cebreiro is an award winning filmmaker, screenwriter, and director from Orange County, CA. Her short film “Addict” is the Official Selection for the 6th Annual Official Latino Film Festival, sponsored by HBO Latino. Also, her short films have screened at festivals such as the Catalina Film Festival, and has been featured on NBC and VoyageLA. In 2017, she was a finalist in the notorious Sundance TV Lab. She has her MFA in Screenwriting and her BA in Cinema & Television Arts from CSUF. Katrina started in the industry with internships and she has since then worked her way up. She has worked on notable productions and studios such as TMZ, Conan, and Warner Bros. She also worked as a director’s assistant for a major motion picture and a producer on a critically raved indie feature. Katrina is currently working on her first feature film.