• Ryan McDonald

2020 Jury Member Announcement: Paloma Martinez

Updated: Sep 1

Every week leading up to the official selection announcement and virtual festival presentation, we will be introducing 2020 jury members and films to be viewed for FREE by the artists we love and support in our new PRINDIE Curated Collection!

Without further ado, PRINDIE is honored to announce the 2020 jury member participation of documentary filmmaker, Paloma Martinez!

Paloma is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and educator from Houston. She first picked up a camera as a labor organizer in Texas. Her short documentaries, ENFORCEMENT HOURS, CRISANTO STREET and THE SHIFT, have been distributed in The New York Times Op-Docs, The Guardian and The Atlantic, respectively. SRISANTO STREET was also broadcast nationally on POV Shorts on PBS. Paloma holds an MFA in Documentary Film from Stanford University and a BA in Economics from Boston University. She is currently a Documentary Film Fellow at The University of Utah Department of Film and Media Arts.

Her short documentary, ENFORCEMENT HOURS was part of the 2019 PRINDIE Official Selection.

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PRINDIE: Princeton Independent Film Festival will be held virtually from September 10th - 13th. PRINDIE: Princeton Independent Film Festival is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.

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