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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SocDoc at DOC NYC 2020
October 16, 2020

SocDoc at DOC NYC 2020

SocDoc has a strong showing with several films from our clever faculty and alumni, as well as our annual student showcase. Read More
Alumni New Films News Round-Up
October 15, 2020

Alumni New Films News Round-Up

A lot of our smart & talented alumni are out in the world with their films at pitch markets, festivals, and streaming - take a look! Read More

SocDoc at SXSW Festival 2020
February 13, 2020

SocDoc at SXSW Festival 2020

    Winter is nearly behind us which means its time to kick off the 2020 festival season!  SocDoc has a strong showing at South By Southwest this year. So if you're in Austin in March, check out these alumni-directed films Read More
Camera, Sound & Budgeting Winter Weekend Workshops
January 15, 2020

Camera, Sound & Budgeting Winter Weekend Workshops

Interested in improving your documentary skills? Here are five workshops which can give you a whole range of skills to explore the wonderland of documentary. Whatever your professional background, these small classes will provide targeted and hands-o Read More