Carla Pataky


Carla Pataky is a filmmaker from Tijuana, specializing in verité style of shooting and editing. She has wide range experience in documentary production for television and organizations associated with minorities, counter culture, environment, and human rights. She photographed/edited “I belong in Temaca”, a short documentary about an 10 year old fighting to save his town from being drowned by a dam in Jalisco. She co-directed and edited “A River Runs Through Us” about the global movement for rivers and life (2013 DC Environmental Film Festival, 2012 Wild and Scenic Film Festival, the Real Earth Environmental Film Festival and others.) She photographed “Once upon a time” a documentary for Mexican public television about violence against women. She co founded bulbo, a media collective in the Tijuana-San Diego region, and coordinated a program about the life and culture of this particular border, broadcasted nationwide on Mexican public television and San Diego, Ca. Carla has been awarded grants from several Mexican agencies such as the culture grant for artists from the State Commission of Culture and Arts. She has a bachelor’s degree in Visual Arts from the University of California, San Diego. Pataky has been involved in community development projects working with art and video.

Project : Farm and Red Moon