Mabel Valdiviezo
Mabel valdiviezo

Mabel Valdiviezo is an award-winning non-binary indigenous Latine filmmaker, editor, multidisciplinary artist, and alumna of the Sundance Producers Conference. Utilizing a poetic vocabulary, her work explores migration, gender equality, and healing justice. Valdiviezo is a Gotham Documentary Lab fellow, and her work has been supported by IDA’s Nonfiction Access Initiative, AXS Film Fund, BGDM, NALIP, BAVC, the San Francisco Arts Commission, and the Fleishhacker Foundation. Her film credits include “Carlos Baron, Poeta Pan,” documentary short, PBS/KQED (director/producer), “The Water’s Muse,” experimental short (director/producer), “Sands of Silence,” feature documentary, PBS World (associate producer), “River Webs,” PBS (feature doc editor), and “Women with Altitude,” (feature doc editor). Her narrative film “Soledad Is Gone Forever” premiered at Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival and received the Women in Film Emerging Filmmaker Award. Her script, “Soledad’s Awakening”, was a finalist at the Sundance Screenwriters Lab. Mabel is a member of UFC, BGDM, FWD-Doc, and NALIP.

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