Bia Jurema is a Brazilian director, editor, and photographer based in Los Angeles. Jurema strives to bring both female and queer issues to the forefront of cinema.
Jurema has filmed and edited for brands like Adidas, BET, Viacom, Live Nation, Hilton, Paramount, Avion, and Citi. Aside from her own clientele and artistic endeavors, she continues to tell stories by collaborating with some of the industry's most recognizable names. She works as a freelance Editor at Live Nation Entertainment, where she creates original stories for sponsored and branded pieces, and Caviar Content, as part of the post-production team working on high-profile commercials and TV pilots. She continues to team up with companies like NYLAC, SuperDeluxe, and Block Party to create a variety of visual narratives.
Jurema picked up her first feature film credit on the promising dark comedy, Ingrid Goes West, starring Aubrey Plaza, Elizabeth Olsen, and O'Shea Jackson Jr. The film made its world premiere at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival, winning the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award. Shortly after, Jurema paired up with Actor/Director, Sarah Ramos, to serve as the lead editor on the comedy series, City Girl, released by SuperDeluxe.
Female centric storytelling is her passion.
[photo by gage hingeley]
JUREMA WAS ONE OF THE FEATURED ARTISTS IN THE NYLON PIECE "HOW THESE PHOTOGRAPHERS ARE CHANGING WHAT IT MEANS TO BE BEAUTIFUL"