Darla Rae is an award-winning filmmaker who grew up in Azusa California. Her first full length feature film "The Goal" received awards at two US International Film Festivals, and won The Golden Ten Award at Mumbai India International Sport Movies & TV Film festival."The Goal" also received the Honneur de Mention and the Prestigious Lombardi awards at the 24th annual International Milan Sports Movie&Tv film festival.
She started acting on stage and gradually made the transition to writing, directing, and producing. She made the move from stage to film at 18. She has written, directed, and produced numerous stage, film, video and commercial productions.
Darla's passion and unlimited creativity, combined with her business experience produces products of excellence. She is an alumnus of The Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles.
She will direct, produce, and act in Section B. She also narrates and appears in Dandy Kids Documentary. Darla will produce and direct the documentary "Making Burros Fly" (working title), narrated by James Cromwell, featuring Tippi Hedren, Wayne Pacelle about the life work of Cleveland Amory.