Gringa is a short film about family, food, and freedom.

In the dramedy short GRINGA, an overworked millennial clashes with her eccentric Abuelo when he hijacks her day hours before their flight to Havana. 


This bilingual dramedy short follows an overworked Cuban-American millennial rushing to pack for a trip to Havana. When her eccentric Abuelo drags her on a last-minute hunt for a rare car part, she confronts her own privilege in a race against the clock.

Featuring a diverse cast and filmmaking team, this film about a woman trapped between two worlds tells a universal story about family, priorities, and not playing into others' superficial expectations.