A Chicanx border crosser since birth, Alan Domínguez is a filmmaker who addresses issues such as hate crimes, police corruption, wrongful incarceration, and the immigrant experience. Denver based with Nuevo Mexicano roots, Alan’s documentaries and narrative films have been screened and distributed in three different continents and in three different languages all of which have highlighted the unique fabric and landscapes of the Southwest USA. His work has been broadcast on Hulu, World Channel, Rocky Mountain PBS, Colorado Public Television, Third World Newsreel, and Latino Rebels. Additionally, Alan’s films have been screened at Festival Internacional de Cine en Morelia, New York Latino Film Festival, XicanIndie Film Festival, among others. Alan’s films have received support from American Masters, Firelight Media, PBS, Imagine2020, Arts in Society, National Association of Latino Independent Producers, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, World Channel, the Western Conservation Trust, the University of Michigan, and the Colorado Historical Society. He is a Latino Media Market Fellow, National Association for Latino Independent Producers Fellow, Latino Leadership Institute Fellow, and Doing your Doc Fellow.