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Cynthia's impressive producing portfolio that spans award-winning independent feature films, short films, corporate videos, and commercial content.

Her commercial work includes social media content for Nike, Meta/Facebook, Citizen, Call of Duty, Amway, Doritos, Campbells, and Burger King among others.


In the realm of narrative work, Cynthia has left her mark with feature films such as ‘Hide in the Light,’ ‘The Last Night Inn,’ and ‘The Bone Box,’ to name a few. Her latest feature, "In Her Name," is currently streaming on the Tribeca Channel.

Cynthia is an active member of the Producers Guild of America, Women in Film, National Association of Latino Producers, and the Screen and Actors Guild. 

With a passion for storytelling, Cynthia is now venturing into Directing. She recently completed the comedy short film “Granny Knows Best” which gathered several accolades. Her new found passion for Directing, has her dreaming of stories that are both engaging and unique, while also leaving a positive mark in the community. 

Through directing, Cynthia aims to become an agent of change, giving voice to minorities and advocating for fairness and equality. Above all, as a mom, Cynthia wants to ensure her daughters grow up safe, empowered, and confident; aspiring to use art as a medium for that to happen.

Cynthia Bravo is also the founder of Glix for the Arts, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing free guidance and resources to upcoming filmmakers.

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