Celia Iturriaga colaborated as a partner until 2007, in Las Perlas de la Virgen
(The Pearls of the Virgin), a production house dedicated to video and multimedia
projects with social and cultural caracter.
She has participated in several films as a producer such as:
In 2010 the documentary “Agnus Dei, Lamb of God”, winner of several national
and international awards, among which are: Audience Award for Best Film at the
Creteil Film Festival. Coral Award for Best Documentary at the International Latin
American Film Festival of Havana, Special Jury Prize at the Cartagena
International Film Festival and the José Rovirosa Award for Best Documentary of
the Year awarded by UNAM.
In 2014 the documentary fiction “Seguir viviendo/ Keep living” part of the official
selection of the Guadalajara festival, won the Young Jury prize at the 2014
Associate and line Producer of the feature film "We are the flesh", which was
premiered at the Rotterdam Film Festival 2016.
As a post-producer, she has participated in documentaries, “El caído del cielo”,
And Island in the Continent”, “Agnus Dei, Lamb of God”, in fiction, “Keep living”,
“Water Lola”, "Stories of Disenchatment", and many more.
She produced the “Symphony of Opposites” of the artist Diana María González
project that was presented from February to June 2012 at the Carrillo Gil