Posted by NALIP on October 23, 2020
Aurora Guerrero's span with NALIP has reached more than a decade. She was once part of NALIP's Latino Producer's Academy in 2006, which wrote, produced and directed Mosquita y Mari, her debut narrative feature. She became the first Chicana filmmaker to debut a feature-length film at Sundance Film Festival, who was also previously a Sundance Institute and Ford Foundation Fellow.
Guerrero directed the Ava DuVernay produced Queen Sugar episode "What Do I Care for Morning" which aired as episode three in season two. Guerrero is developing her second feature film, Los Valientes, winner of grants from Sundance, Tribeca, San Francisco Film Society and the Global Arts Fund and was selected to participate in IFP's No Borders program. Most recently, Aurora directed episodes for the series Cherish the Day and Gentefied.
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