Karen Rossi

Karen Rossi (Puerto Rico, 1974) has worked in the film industry since 1998. She’s the producer, director and editor of "Scrap Island" (2007) which was sponsored by the first edition of DocTV Iberoamérica and obtained an Emmy (Suncoast) for Best Cultural Documentary. She directed the short documentary film "Something More" (2009) for the television series Zona Franca (Open Spaces), and is the producer of the shorts series "It’s your right. Defend it.” (2014), also awarded with an Emmy (Suncoast). In 2018 she premiered her first feature length documentary film “Ser Grande” (When I grow up) with her production company Aurora Docs. Early in her career Karen was assistant editor in Alfonso Cuaron's film "Y Tu Mamá También".