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Thu, Dec 3 at 3:30 pm PST
Carrie Lozano is expected for the keynote on Thursday, December 3 at 3:30 pm PST.
To help us kick off our four-day-long series, we’re thrilled to have award-winning documentary filmmaker, journalist, and esteemed professor Carrie Lozano as our 2020 Doc Stories Keynote speaker. A beloved member of the Bay Area arts community, Lozano recently joined Sundance Institute as Director of its renowned Documentary Film Program. With this presentation and conversation, she will examine the role of artists and storytellers in the midst of great crisis and political division. As we enter a year of transformative change in the US and around the world, Lozano will share her unique perspective on the challenges and opportunities facing the documentary form and filmmakers today, reasserting their role as essential cultural beacons.
Carrie Lozano is director of the Sundance Institute’s Documentary Film Program, and is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and journalist. She was most recently director of the International Documentary Association’s Enterprise Documentary and Pare Lorentz funds, where she supported more than 60 diverse films and filmmakers at the intersection of documentary and journalism. She is on the advisory board of UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism, where she is an alumnus and has been a lecturer and editor in its documentary film and investigative reporting programs. Lozano was previously an executive at Al Jazeera America and a senior producer of the network’s investigative series Fault Lines.