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Villa-Hernández is a 1st generation Mexican-American filmmaker based out of El Paso, TX. He is the 2019 NALAC - Adán Medrano Legacy Award winner in Film. His films have found support with MCAD (local arts org), the Austin Film Society, American Documentary-POV, and the Tribeca Film Institute. In 2017, he ran his first successful crowd funding campaign on Seed & Spark. His films explore topics such as culture and tech.
Local filmmaker tackles immigration debate through lens of forensic science
Winner - Best of Season 3 OIEP Web Series
Fusion Magazine presents its annual edition highlighting the border art scene. This issue features a handful of artists that are contributing to our local community.