JoeBill Muñoz

JoeBill Muñoz is a Mexican-American documentary filmmaker, a 2020 Sundance Ignite Fellow, and a 2021 SFFILM FilmHouse artist-in-residence. His short film Follow the Sun captures the stories of Central Americans making their way to the US through Mexico. Follow the Sun was licensed by NBC Digital, screened in festivals across the country and nominated for a student award by the International Documentary Association. He's currently working on a feature documentary in collaboration with Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting, and directing and producing an independent feature about solitary confinement. His work has been supported by the Sundance Documentary Fund, the Vital Projects Fund, the Reva and David Logan Foundation, and others.

ABOUT UNTITLED PRISON HUNGER STRIKE FILM

This documentary follows the lives of a small group of these men who have recently been released from prison after decades in isolation. The film weaves these men’s present day journeys with their decades-long odysseys through solitary confinement, culminating in an epic confrontation with state prison authorities and the abolishment of indefinite solitary confinement in California prisons.

FILM

Unititled Prison Hunger Strike Film

PROGRAM AFFILIATION

Documentary Lab

COHORT YEAR

2020-2022

WEBSITE

joebillmunoz.com

INSTAGRAM

@joebillmunoz

TWITTER

@joebillmunoz


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