Alessandra Lacorazza is a queer Colombian-American filmmaker and editor based in Brooklyn NY. Her work deals with both personal and cultural memory, and incorporates themes of resilience, migration, community and alienation. She creates work where identities intersect and form dualities. Her first short film “Mami”, about a Latinx mother and daughter, was as well selected as NALIP Media Summit Official Selection this year. Her music video which pays homage to queer bodies, queer spaces, and the Latinx lives lost in the Pulse nightclub shooting was featured in NYLON, OUT, and GO Magazine. As an editor, Alessandra has focused her work on the Latinx community in the US and in Latin America. She is part of the Meerkat Media Collective and Cooperative.