Ramón Villa-Hernández is an El Paso based multi-talented film artist/musician/professor.
In 2011, served as executive producer/bass player for the self-titled LP - Frontera Bugalú.
In 2012, he was part of the creative team for Los Chidos (2012), a feature film shot in Guadalajara, Jal., MX. World Premiere at the 2012 SXSW Film Festival in Austin, TX. Selected for Narrative Competition category.
In 2014, he started writing/directing short documentary films for El Paso based web-series, Only in El Paso. His films discuss El Paso topics such as Ghosts, Murals, Boots, and UFOs. This web series is produced by KCOS-TV 13 - El Paso’s PBS Station.
In 2017, successful Seed & Spark campaign (HERE) to start production on Juana Doe (2019).
In 2018, awarded a production grant from MCAD (FY2018 Local Filmmakers Program Award) and post-production grant from AFS (Austin Film Society) to finish short film Juana Doe (2019).
Villa-Hernández has been teaching full-time, various aspects of media production, at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP).