RENA MUNDO CROSHERE and NADINE MUNDO are a sibling director team based in Venice, California. The Mundo Sisters are currently directing a new series of short films for ESPN. Their recent short, ROWDY RONDA ROUSEY, for ESPN's Nine for IX series premiered at the LA Film Festival in 2014. In 2013, the Mundo Sisters' feature documentary AMERICAN COMMUNE premiered at the Hot Docs International Documentary Film Festival and screened at numerous festivals worldwide. It was broadcast on Al Jazeera America. In 2013, Nadine was a Director on the groundbreaking Showtime series, TIME OF DEATH. She was also Series Producer for MTV's CHELSEA SETTLES. Rena directed the MTV series WHEN I WAS 17 and THIS IS HOW I MADE IT. The Mundo Sisters developed and directed the MTV series MY LIFE TRANSLATED. Nadine directed ART OF SURVIVAL, a documentary about Capoeira, executive produced by Benjamin Bratt. The Mundo Sisters have created content for Showtime, ESPN Films, MTV, Michael Moore, Coca-Cola, A&E, VH1 and Discovery. 


Michael received a News & Documentary Emmy for Outstanding Achievement in Editing for the Oscar-nominated documentary RESTREPO (2010), directed by Sebastian Junger & Tim Hetherington. Recently, Levine edited Ken Burns' CENTRAL PARK FIVE, which screened at Cannes, Telluride and Toronto film festivals. Levine was also the editor on such critically acclaimed films as Liz Garbus’s BOBBY FISCHER AGAINST THE WORLD, Bennett Miller’s THE CRUISE, Amir Bar-Lev’s MY KID COULD PAINT THAT, Jennifer Venditti’s BILLY THE KID, Vincent Fremont and Shelly Dunn Fremont’s PIE IN THE SKY: THE BRIGID BERLIN STORY and Ken Burns' BASEBALL.