Rena Mundo Croshere and Nadine Mundo are a sibling director duo based in Los Angeles. Known for their award-winning work, the Mundo Sisters’ cinematic storytelling captures raw, arresting visuals and emotionally charged, authentic narratives. They recently expanded into the commercial world and have directed projects for Beats by Dre, Pepsi, Alexander Wang, Delta and Rachel Roy. The Mundo Sisters run their production company Mundo Films, and direct projects under their own banner.
The Mundo Sisters newest film A Field Between for Peter Berg’s Film 45 and CNN Films premiered in 2017. Their short film Rowdy Ronda Rousey for ESPN Films made a huge splash in the sports world, becoming the second most-viewed short in ESPN history. It premiered at the LA Film Festival. The duo went on to create and direct What Makes Us, a series of 5 films about elite female athletes for ESPN Films. Their 2013 feature documentary American Commune premiered to critical acclaim at the HotDocs International Film Festival and was later broadcast on Al Jazeera America and released on Amazon. The duo recently spoke on the SXSW Sports Directors panel.
The Mundo Sisters got their start at MTV, creating and directing the TV show My Life Translated and directing the Emmy-winning documentary series True Life. The Mundo Sisters are grant recipients from Women in Film, New York State Council of the Arts, San Francisco Arts Commission, the Jerome Foundation, and Robert F. Kennedy Fellowship. They are part of the Free The Bid initiative.