A pair of undocumented sisters are deported to Mexico, when they stumble onto an elusive, online terrorist organization, halfway across the world, becoming the FBI’s only hope to thwart their diabolical plans.
A dramedy feature/TV writer/director/producer and formerly undocumented immigrant, Gabby Revilla Lugo started her career in physical production then ventured into the independent feature space where she worked with names like Damian Chazelle on his award-winning film, Whiplash. She had success with films including the award-winning Palm Springs, The Starling, and Fox Searchlight’s Next Goal Wins, written and directed by Taika Waititi. Gabby was staffed on ABC’s hit drama, A Million Little Things, and teaches screenwriting at the Script Anatomy school. In 2021 Gabby sold multiple podcasts and landed a feature film writing job for Mattel. She also sold 15 Candles, a TV pilot based on John Hughes’ 16 Candles, to Peacock, alongside UCP and OJALA, which is led by award-winning playwright, Tanya Saracho. She worked on the TV series Brujas and completed the WGA’s showrunner training program. Most recently she has been tapped as the creator of a racing drama with MGM International. Gabby has several TV projects in development, including one with 3PAS and Gina Rodriguez which is in negotiations with a major studio, and another for broadcast with AGC studios.
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