Daniela Alatorre

Daniela Alatorre

Daniela Alatorre is a programmer at the Morelia Film Festival, which she produced for 11 years. Producer of El General, De Panzazo, El Ingeniero, and the NYT OpDocs Unsilenced. She has been part of the Sundance Editing, Music and Creative Producing Labs and a Flaherty Film Seminar fellow. She is currently setting up a production company in Mexico City focused on producing high quality non-fiction content for a broad and diverse audience, and working on Marina's Perl, her first film as a director. She is part of the board of trustees of the Ambulante Film Festival and the Flaherty Film Seminar. She has been an advisor and juror for the Mexican Institute of Cinematography, the Guadalajara Film Festival, the Durango Film Festival, the Ambulante Documentary Postproduction Grant, DocsDF, Sheffield Film Festival, ProimÌÁgenes Colombia, and the Cinema Tropical Awards.

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Summer Intensive: A Few Places Still Available
April 04, 2018

Summer Intensive: A Few Places Still Available

Ross Kauffman (Born Into Brothels), Richard Hankin (The Jinx), Deborah Dickson (Ruthie & Connie), Ann Collins (Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold), Tom Hurwitz, ASC (Queen of Versailles) confirmed faculty; what you will learn, and more!

 
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Alumni Editing Fellowship
March 30, 2018

Alumni Editing Fellowship

Graduates of SVA’s MFA Documentary program (Groups 1 through 7) are invited to apply for the first ever SocDoc Summer Editing Fellowship with their documentary features in post-production.
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Spring Festivals!
March 20, 2018

Spring Festivals!

Spring feels like Festival Season & we are zipping around North America this month with films from our prolific faculty and alumni. SocDocers are attending many festivals – we hope to see you around!
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Summer Residency: The Art of the Documentary Interview
February 14, 2018

Summer Residency: The Art of the Documentary Interview

We are launching our first summer intensive - a two-week ‘Mini-SocDoc’ for emerging filmmakers to polish their skills as directors. Read More