Arati Mistro


is a founding member of Second Screen, A video mobile application start up.  She is also producing  two TV shows that addresses  Healing in America  and women’s contributions in Hollywood and beyond. Her latest film credits which screened in Cannes 2015 are “In Search of America, Inshallah”  and “Sunrise” which addresses child trafficking in India. Both have won numerous awards and have been well received.  Misro has extensive experience in Film/TV production and indie film distribution & marketing.  She has also worked with a  mobile application company based in India and the Silicon Valley which exposed her to endless possibilities in content acquisition.  Misro has worked for  Fox, Discovery, Sony. USA films and CNBC Asia  in various capacities. Her extensive experience in sales has taken her to all major international markets such as Cannes, Toronto, AFM and Berlin. Misro also worked with the European Union and the National Film Development Corporation in India which is an educational forum about finance and production based in Berlin entitled Prime Xchange.  Misro also serves as an educator for Pinnacle Leadership Development that entails empowering and educating business owners and families  in finance to get to their life goals

Misro  serves as a  Women in Film International Co chair, LA for nearly 11 years where she does extensive programming and mentoring for the International Community in Entertainment. She also serves as a board member for The Caucus foundation and was a committee member of Camp Reel which is an educational program for girls in filmmaking, self- esteem and life skills.
Misro  is a proud Native of California. Her passion for filmmaking and storytelling was born during a 6 month stint after college in her ancestral state Orissa, India and extensive travel throughout the country. She felt compelled to document the struggles of women which was recognized by the faculty at the American Film Inst. where she received her MFA in producing  with honors. Misro holds an undergrad degree in Cultural Anthropology and Mass Communications from U.C San Diego.