Join Firelight Media and Femme Frontera, with support from Field of Vision, for a panel discussion featuring past Femme Frontera Showcase filmmakers and Firelight Media-supported filmmakers who will discuss their journeys from making short films to making content for distributors such as Netflix, Amazon, PBS, AppleTV, and Amazon Studios.
Featuring Chloë Walters-Wallace, Director of Regional Initiatives for Firelight Media; Cristina Ibarra, FRONTLINE/Firelight Fellow and Documentary Lab alum; Iliana Sosa, Documentary Lab alum; Aitch Alberto, writer, director, and filmmaker; Vicky Ponce, Frontera Lab Facilitator; and Maru Buendia-Senties, filmmaker and VFX/post supervisor.
Saturday, Oct. 1, 3:00pm
125 Pioneer Plaza, El Paso, TX 79901
Femme Frontera is a Latinx-led film organization made up of and founded by women and non-binary filmmakers from the U.S.- Mexico border regions of El Paso, Texas; Las Cruces, New Mexico; and Cd. Juárez, Chihuahua, México. Our mission is to amplify films made by women and non-binary filmmakers from border regions around the world and to world and to celebrate these unique voices through showcasing work, funding projects, and providing film education.
Field of Vision is a filmmaker-driven documentary unit that commissions, creates and supports original short-form and feature-length nonfiction films and episodic series about developing and ongoing stories around the globe. Its mission is to support work that uses innovative and artistic ways to explore contemporary global issues through a cinematic lens, and to push the boundaries of nonfiction storytelling.
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