An award-winning Mexican-American writer and filmmaker, Moisés Zamora is the creator, executive producer, and co-showrunner of Netflix’s upcoming Selena: The Series. Previously, Moisés was a staff writer on the Emmy-winning series American Crime, and Star on FOX. Earlier in his career, he was the recipient of the Binational Literary Prize for Young Novel Border of Words for his coming-of-age novel written in Spanish when he was twenty-five years old. While working in advertising, he executive-produced the short film Remember Me in Red, a Latina transgender story, which received the Audience Award at San Francisco’s Frameline. In 2011, his documentary Young and Mexican received the award for Best Documentary by a Mexican Director at the Oaxaca FilmFest. A graduate of Brown University, he was born in Mexico and immigrated to the U.S. at the age of eleven. He currently resides in Los Angeles.