Voces of Documentary Film Roundtable
On November 11th, twelve Latinas and Latinos involved in documentary film will talk about Latino representation in the industry, the obstacles they have been facing and their upcoming projects. It's also an excellent opportunity to do networking.
An event of the Voces Oral History Project at UT Austin's School of Journalism, Moody College of Communication.
Richard Ray Perez
Los Angeles, director of the Sundance Institute's Creative Partnerships of the Documentary Film Program and director/writer for "Cesar’s Last Fast" (2014).
Berkeley, producer of "The Weather Underground" (2002) and director of the International Documentary Association's (IDA) Enterprise Documentary Fund.
New York, director of John Leguizamo's "Latin History for Morons" (2018) and of "Bazooka: The Battles of Wilfredo Gomez" (2003).
Los Angeles, director of ESPN's "Brothers in Exile" (2014) and executive producer of BET's "Death Row Chronicles" (2018).
Los Angeles, director of PBS' Las Marthas (2014) and "Dirty Laundry: A Homemade Telenovela" (2001).
Austin, producer of PBS' "Chicano!: History of the Mexican-American Civil Rights Movement" (1996) and "Children of Giant" (2015).
Washington D.C., associate director of PBS' Programming and Development and associate producer of "Beyond Brown: Pursuing the Promise" (2004).
Jesús Salvador Treviño
Los Angeles, director of "Visions of Aztlán" (2010), "I am Chicano" (1972) and HBO's "Lifestories: Families in Crisis" (1994). Also Prison Break, Law and Order, Bones and Criminal Minds.
Sandie Viquez Pedlow
Houston, executive director of Latino Public Broadcasting, and executive producer of "No más bebés" (2015) and "Latino Americans" (2013).
Oakland, producer of "The Fight in the Fields" (1997), "The Storm that Swept Mexico" (2010) and National Geographic's "Border Wars" (2010).
New York, director/ writer of PBS' "American Experience: Roberto Clemente" (2008) and "Kingdom of Shadows" (2015).
Denver, director of "BorderBall" (2015) and "The Holes in the Door" (2007).
For more information, contact Bryna Hoang at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, November 11 at 2:00pm
Belo Center for New Media, BMC 2.106
300 W Dean Keeton St, Austin, TX 78712