Adriana Bosch is an independent documentary filmmaker with more than 30 years of experience. She was Series Producer of Latino Americans, a six-hour series (2013) and for the four-hour series Latin Music USA, (2009) for PBS. Bosch has produced and written a number of films for AMERICAN EXPERIENCE acclaimed presidential biographies; Reagan, Jimmy Carter, IKE and Ulysses S. Grant. She also produced and wrote documentaries on The Rockefeller family, Fidel Castro (2005), and Cuban scientist Carlos Finlay (2007), and American Comandante, about US soldier of fortune William Morgan (2015). Her films have received many of the industry’s highest awards –two Peabody Awards, an Emmy Award, a Silver Hugo, and an Erik Barnouw Award, in addition to many nominations, including for best documentary from the IDA and the Writer’s Guild. Born in Cuba, Bosch holds a Ph.D. in International Affairs from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, and has worked at Univision Network’s magazine series Aquí y Ahora.
Her most recent film, Letters to Eloisa, about Cuban writer José Lezama Lima, aired on PBS in October 2021 and is available on Amazon. Bosch is currently developing a documentary biography on Dominican American Writer Julia Alvarez for Latino Public Broadcasting.