SOCDOC - MFA Social Documentary Film

Guest Lecturer

Roberto Guerra

Director, Producer, Cinematographer

Projects include:

Frida Kahlo, Oskar Kokoschka; Hans Haackel; Seventy Five Years of Cinema; Chanel, Chanel; The Story of Fashion; The Beauty Queen; By Design; Design (short profiles of over 25 designers), Paradise Now: Picturing the Genetic Revolution; Being Bronze, WNET’s City Arts and Egg

Festival screenings include:

New York, Edinburgh, London, Cannes, Montreal, and Los Angeles

Awards and honors include:

received two Emmy Awards for Outstanding Fine Arts, First prize at the Montreal Festival of Film of Art

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