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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 PROMOTIONAL 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, Producer/Director
Based in Oakland, California, Tracey Quezada is a documentary filmmaker, editor and journalist with more than a decade of experience. She currently owns and operates a full service media production company that works with educational institutions and non-profits to produce short documentaries that advance their missions and policy goals. Her clients include University of California, Berkeley, Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, New York Hall of Science, among others. As a journalist, Quezada has covered stories on immigration, communities of faith, women’s issues, and LGBTQ civil rights. Her work has received support from the Columbia Foundation, Atlassian Foundation and The Lucius & Eva Eastman Fund. In 2014, she was recognized by the San Francisco International Women’s Film Festival for her achievements in media and activism. She is currently producing a documentary film, You, Me and the Fruit Trees , a feature length documentary project that shares the complex stories of four adults who are fighting to overcome childhood sexual abuse. Danielle, Aqueila, Tony, and Angel are adult survivors striving for personal healing, trying to make sense of their traumatic experiences.
Berkeley Community Media
Center for Digital Storytelling
Community Bridge Video
Ella Baker Center for Human Rights
Eva and Lucius Eastman Foundation
Global Fund for Women
Haas Institute for a Fair & Inclusive Society
Open Meadows Foundation