Media Arts



Teleconference

10/2/2017 2:00:00 PM

Media Arts

2019

Crawford, Hillary

Towson Fraser

Brokaw-McDougall House

Comments Closed

Materials

Agenda

Panelists (5)

  • County: Collier County

Bio:

County: Collier

Bio

  • Owner of Hughes Video Productions, Naples
  • Produced over 50 Television shows and hundreds of Internet presentations on South Florida History and Culture, Nature, and People; and recorded over 100 presentations for the Marco Island Historical Society, www.MarcoIslandCommunityTelevision.com
  • Past Chair, Collier County Environmental Advisory Council
  • County: Alachua County

Bio:

County: Alachua

Bio

  • Founding Director, Cinema Verde Environmental Film and Arts Festival and Publisher, www.GoGreenNation.org, an environmental news resource to help build sustainable communities, Gainesville
  • Environmental journalist and author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Greening Your Business; The Complete Idiot's Guide to Green Living; and Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Miami & the Florida Keys: A Complete Guide
  • Past board member, American Society of Journalists and Authors, member of the Society of Environmental Journalists, and honorary member of Golden Key International Honour Society
  • Business member of Green America, a non-profit organization that supports sustainable businesses

  • County: Leon County

Bio:

County: Leon

Bio

  • Professor, College of Motion Picture Arts, Florida State University and President of her film company, True Visions, Tallahassee
  • Previously, Executive, Oprah Winfrey’s Harpo Films and Warner Bros; Associate Director in News and Public Affairs at PBS where she assessed work in progress documentaries for possible national distribution
  • Recently completed a documentary on the psychological legacy of colonialism in Grenada which has been invited to screen in NY, LA, South Africa and the Caribbean among other festivals and countries
  • B.A., History and Literature of America, Harvard University

  • County: Leon County

Bio:

County: Leon

Bio

  • Former Executive Director, The Artist Series of Tallahassee and Boys' Choir of Tallahassee
  • Extensive work experience in radio broadcasting, business ownership, marketing and promotion
  • Board-level experience with arts and human services programs in California, New York and Florida
  • B.A., Philosophy, Duke University
  • County: Miami-Dade County

Bio:

County: MiamiDade

Bio

  • Teaches at Miami international University’s Art Institute
  • Co-founded and programmed The Florida Room, an event solely dedicated to social issue documentaries in Miami Beach for five years and is also co-founder of the Miami International Film Festival’s newest section Cutting the Edge, which showcases video art and films by artists working across disciplines
  • Before becoming a professional director, Zaldívar started his film career as a sound editor and designer, his work can be heard in Academy Nominated films such as Ang Lee's Sense and Sensibility, in Nanette Burstein and Bret Morgan's "On the ropes" and on HBO’s America Undercover, for which he garnered an Emmy nomination
  • His film and video art works have been screened at many festivals worldwide and on PBS, ABC, IFC, Showtime and WE. He is the recipient of numerous grants and awards. His directing credits include 90 Miles (PBS), The Story of the Red Rose (Showtime), Palingenesis and Soldiers Pay, co-directed with David O. Russell (Three Kings) and Tricia Regan
  • Served as a Juror for the Sundance International Film Festival, serves on the board of directors for NALIP (The National Association of Latino Independent Producers), and is a Sundance Film Institute Fellow
  • BFA and a MFA at New York University, Tisch School of the Arts