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Angela Torres Camarena

| March 19, 2013

University of Texas

Angela Torres Camarena

Angela Torres Camarena is a writer and film director devoted to exploring social issues from a poetic perspective. Her films have been selected at international film festivals around the globe including the Cannes Film Festival. In 2009, Angela won the Changemaker Award granted by HBO for her film Exiled in America. Her short film Frente Noreste won the C.W. Hackett award for her outstanding work in Latin-American studies.

She is also the recipient of the Warren Skaaren Endowed Presidential Scholarship for Film Excellence, the E.D. Farmer Fellowship and the Foneca Fellowship granted by the National Commission of the Arts in Mexico. Her film 59 Seconds won a partial grant by the prestigious and highly competitive Texas Filmmaker Production Fund.

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A single mother must come up with $5,000 before the end of the day to save her family. A short film by Angela Torres Camarena.

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Credits

Series Producer
Lisa Landi

Associate Producer
Julia Shackelford

Editor
Peter Borg

Design
Zaldy Serrano
Christina Zee White

Original Music
Written and Produced by
Trifonic

Audio
John Andrieni

Interactive
Kevin Cooke
Marie K Lee

Social Media Specialist
Aldo Mora-Blanco

Publicity
Sarah Hoffner

On Air Promotion
Bridget Louie

Legal
William Lowery
Abby Staeble

Director of TV Production
Sandy Schonning

Executive Producer
Scott Dwyer