Carla Dauden was born in Brazil, but at age 18 she followed her passion for film and moved to California to study cinema. Since then, she has directed and produced films, commercials, documentaries and music videos, and her work has been recognized by major festivals. In 2013, she made a video about the social and political problems behind the organization of the 2014 World Cup. The video went viral, and with over 5 million views, she gained recognition all over the world. She was nominated for the Social Media Leadership Awards (Wharton University) and appeared on mainstream channels like BBC, Al Jazeera, The Guardian, Channel 4 News, among others. Since then, she has worked with major production companies (Kandoo Films, Revolver Films, Fullscreen, Passage Pictures) and recently co-directed the short documentary "The Discarded," produced by Sound Off Films and released by Take Part. Carla prides herself on working with content she believes in and creating appealing stories with a socially conscious impact.