A woman runs into a supermarket, sneaks an olive and life takes an unexpected turn with no way out.




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Raised by Cuban and Argentinean parents, Rhonda Mitrani left Miami for University of Michigan and then landed a job in post production for Miramax Films, New York.  She started editing for independent film and television, including SHOWTIME and ABC, and festivals (Sundance and LAIFF),  until she until she made her first documentary, CUBA MIA, which premiered with Miami International Film Festival and broadcast on PBS. 

Mitrani is also a video artist, whose exhibits include Dot Fifty One Gallery,  Wynwood Art Fair, The Girl’s Club Collection, TRIAD, London and recently her first solo show at the Boca Museum of Art with her collaborative RPM Project. 

In 2013 Mitrani opened The Screening Room, a new-media exhibition and project space located in Miami. The multi-disciplinary space is dedicated to motion picture which includes video art exhibitions, film workshops and lectures, screenings and a space for filmmakers and video artists to work.

Mitrani wrote, coproduced and directed her first fiction film, SuperMarket, a short inspired by her experiences with pregnancy. The film is executive produced by Killer Impact, a division of Killer Content. She is currently writing a feature. 

Boca Museum of Art- PBS - Miami International Film Festival - Art Wynwood - MADA New Media Festival - SF Art Center - Girl's Club Collection - New York International Latino Film Festival




Miami New Times, 100 Creatives
" 100 Creatives: Rhonda Mitrani, a Filmmaker Supporting Miami's Movie Culture"… 

Miami New Times, Juan Barquin
"Rhonda Mitrani's Supermarket: A Comedy About Unplanned Pregnancy 

Miami New Times, Celeste Fraser Delgado
Local Director Mitrani's smart script, evocative use of archival footage, lyrical editing,and innovative cinematography make her film compelling... 

Sun Sentinel
" The Miami Jewish Film Festival presents different screenings this month that should draw fans of legendary filmmaker Billy Wilder, Cuban Jews, or the general community"…

" Miami Filmmaker Opens The Screening Room To Promote Video As An Art Form".

Miami New Times
Miami New Times names SuperMarket BEST OF Movies shot on location, 2018, Ciara Lavelle"With equal parts sarcasm and compassion, Mitrani offers up a hilarious and cringe-inducing reflection of a society hell-bent on encroaching and capitalizing on one of the most deeply intimate experiences a woman can have."

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