I am a writer, filmmaker and mother of two.
Writer on ABC'S A MILLION LITTLE THINGS.
Executive Producer of PALM SPRINGS (HULU/NEON)
My full list of IMDB credits can be found here
Currently Teaching Screenwriting at SCRIPT ANATOMY
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Gabby Revilla Lugo started her career booking small club shows in Virginia that led to bigger rock tours for mainstream artists. Eventually, she got into comedy and went to work on Broadway with Martin Short. When the show was over, she landed a gig at MTV as a talent executive working on shows like TRL, Mi TRL, the Movie Awards, and VMAs. Eventually, she found a home in the independent feature space making oddball films such as Paramount's Drunk Wedding and indie darling, Fat Kid Rules the World, which won the audience award at SXSW. Through multiple indie endeavors, she worked with wonderfully creative individuals including, Damian Chazelle, Ted Melfi, Melissa McCarthy, Andy Samberg, Matthew Lillard, Scott Stewart, Forest Whitaker, and many more. She produced films for Blumhouse, Limelight, Relativity, Sony, and several others. In 2020 she left her successful physical production company to focus on writing and creative producing exclusively, though she still consults on physical production plans, especially during COVID, with major studios. She is currently a writer on the hit ABC network drama, A Million Little Things.
Revilla Lugo is a graduate of the Disney Writer's Program, the Fox Writers Intensive program, and the Writers Assistant Network program. She's been a finalist in the Sundance Lab multiple times and placed in the top 10% of the Nicholl's fellowship. Her short film, Molly’s Method, has been nominated for awards at multiple film festivals including one for best director and best screenplay. While her company continues to produce high concept, low budget films, Lugo has been predominantly focused on strategic partnership for her own material. She typically writes dramedies and features in the Latino space, characterized by strong, complicated female characters.