AT TRACEY QUEZADA PRODUCTIONS WE PRODUCE POWERFUL AND PERSONAL STORIES THAT BRING TO LIGHT HARD-HITTING ISSUES WITH THE GOAL TO INFORM AND INSPIRE CHANGE. WHEN PRODUCING A DOCUMENTARY FILM OR COMMERCIAL VIDEO, AT THE FOREFRONT IS GOOD STORYTELLING. WE GET TO THE HEART OF THE STORY AND DO SO BY HELPING PEOPLE SHARE THEIR STORY, INSPIRED BY THEIR VOICE. THROUGH COMPELLING STORYTELLING WE HELP YOU ENGAGE YOUR AUDIENCE.
Tracey Quezada, Director/Editor
Quezada is a Latina documentary filmmaker and editor with fifteen years of experience. She currently owns and operates a full service media production company. She has worked in film and video production in both the commercial and non-profit worlds as a producer, director, and editor. She has edited and directed documentaries that address the school-to-prison pipeline, immigration, LGBTQ issues and race in America. Quezada has completed projects for KQED, Frontline, Othering and Belonging Institute, the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, among others. She was recognized by the San Francisco International Women’s Film Festival for her achievements in media and activism. She is a former BAVC National MediaMaker Fellow, Investigative Reporting Fellow at UC Berkeley and National Association for Latino Independent Producers Fellow. Quezada recently edited a feature produced by KQED, titled “Dear Homeland,” a story about Mexican singer and songwriter Diana Gameros and her journey toward finding her musical and political voice as an undocumented immigrant.
Center for Digital Storytelling
Ella Baker Center for Human Rights
Eva and Lucius Eastman Foundation
Global Fund for Women
New York Hall of Science
Othering and Belonging Institute
KQED | PBS
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