Mimí Derba (1888 or 1893–1953) was a Mexican actress and the first female director in Mexico. Derba founded one of the very first Mexican production companies, Azteca Films. She had a successful career in Vaudeville before entering films.
- Women of Today (1936)
- Wild Flower (1943) - doña Clara
- María Eugenia (1943)
- Porfirio Díaz (1944)
- My Memories of Mexico (1944)
- The Hour of Truth (1945)
- Immaculate (1950)
- Oh Darling! Look What You've Done! (1951)
- The Plebian (1953)
- ↑ "Mimí Derba". Cine Mexicano. Retrieved 27 February 2011.
- Mimí Derba at the Internet Movie Database.
- Mimi Derba at Women Film Pioneers Project
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