Christina MacGillivray is an award-winning writer, director and cinematographer. She works with the United Nations Human Rights Office on creating new film and storytelling projects around the issues of human rights and immigration. She created and directed the United Nations first ever stand-up comedy festival called “Stand-Up for Migrants,” which featured top international comedians sharing their own diverse perspectives and stories about issues of migration, human rights and identity. Christina founded the production company Mummy Daddy Media in 2012. She was awarded the prestigious President William J. Clinton fellow in media and human rights and is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.
Christina has directed and produced films in more than a dozen countries including India, China, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Malaysia and others. Her work focuses on empowering women and girls, both on screen and behind the camera.