Hey, I'm KD!

Los Angeles, California

Kristen "K.D." Dávila is a Mexican-American screenwriter from Los Angeles. After graduating with a degree in Near Eastern Studies from Princeton University, she earned her MFA in Writing for Screen and Television from USC's School of Cinematic Arts. She was a Universal Pictures Emerging Writers Fellow, and a Film Independent Project Involve Fellow. While at Film Independent, she wrote the short Emergency, which won Best Narrative Short at SXSW 2018, and the Special Jury Award at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. She was a Staff Writer on the sci-fi drama Salvation.

My Projects

Projects I'm Supporting

Operation: Clean Slate

Calgary Short
Adventure, Teen

When their summer of freedom is threatened by the loss of their driver's licenses, four teens hatch a plan to break into city hall and destr


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Los Angeles Short
Comedy, Sci-Fi

In the near future, a young Latino man is thrust into a fully automated and privatized jail after he is arrested by mistake.


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Comic Relief

Savannah Feature
Comedy, Drama

Determined to succeed as a stand up comedian a kid's party clown chases her dreams while struggling with increasing alcoholism & depression.


This project got the green light!

Where The Roots Lie - A Story of Women Empowerment Through Art

Los Angeles Short
Documentary, Drama

Medha, an all female drum troupe strive to pave a new path for women and artists in Cambodia.


This project got the green light!

Arrival Code

Los Angeles Short
Romance, Sci-Fi

2034: Arrival Code follows a couple in borderlands Mexico, who flees a dangerous cartel using the transportation of the day… teleportation!


This project got the green light!

Expanding Sanctuary

Philadelphia Short

The documentary follows the historic campaign to end the sharing of police database information with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.


This project got the green light!


Los Angeles Feature
Drama, Thriller

Taken in by a wealthy L.A. couple, a divorcee enters a surreal nightmare of cultlike manipulation.


This project got the green light!

The Blonde Experiment

Los Angeles Feature

When two mousy gal pals pose as platinum blondes they're catapulted into the life of their dreams, until their dirty dark roots pop up.


This project got the green light!


Los Angeles Short
Horror, LGBTQ

A transboy who unexpectedly gets his period on prom night, and the violent transformation that transpires after.


This project got the green light!


New York Short
Thriller, Experimental

“Liminal” is a visual analogy of the media-induced Agoraphobia that we all deal with every day as we get ready to face the world.


This project got the green light!


Bar Harbor Short
Thriller, LGBTQ

Flock is a trans-created dramatic thriller about a man traveling to Maine to rescue his lover from a lethal cult.


This project got the green light!


Los Angeles Short
Horror, Thriller

A woman must confront her demons in a post-apocalyptic world where survival means never stepping off the narrow path across the land.


This project got the green light!


Los Angeles Short
Drama, Horror

Loveseat is the story of an awkward, obsessive furniture salesman who is deeply in love with a couch in his store


This project got the green light!

The Spring

Los Angeles Series
Fantasy, Action

In the world of The Spring, movement is power, and power corrupts, people are faced with the question: "What would you do to survive?"


This project got the green light!

Selfie & Can't Dance Crew

Culver City Short
Comedy, Horror

An up and coming production company looking to legitimize itself with two short films: a slasher-horror film and a dance comedy.


This project got the green light!

Sin Dial

San Anselmo Feature

A loving couple struggle to preserve their sanity and marriage after moving into a house with an unholy presence they don't understand.


This project got the green light!

It's Okay

Los Angeles Short
Drama, Sci-Fi

Reality isn't what it seems. Something strange is happening to Cam and Alex. Will they lose each other before they figure it out?


This project got the green light!

All is Well

Los Angeles Short

A dark comedy about two women in Colonial America trying to hide a body.


This project got the green light!

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