Director/Director of Photography
Isabel Castro (co-founder of Tertulia Pictures) is an Emmy-nominated, award-winning Mexican-American documentary director, producer, and cinematographer. In addition to winning a 2015 GLAAD Award for her directorial debut Crossing Over, interviews about her work on the film with People en Español and Univision were nominated for two additional GLAAD awards. She worked on two seasons of the Emmy-award winning series VICE on HBO and helped launch VICE News Tonight on HBO as a producer covering civil rights and policy. Her work there was nominated for a News Emmy in 2017. She is currently freelancing as a producer/shooter for The New York Times.
Katrina Sorrentino is the co-founder of Tertulia Pictures whose debut documentary film Crossing Over was picked up by Participant Media and Univision for their Panoramica series and won a GLAAD Media Award for Best Documentary Film (Spanish Language) in 2015. As a director of photography and producer Katrina has highlighted human rights issues such as transgender equality and immigration in the US, and anti-human trafficking in the US and abroad. She produced and co-shot Eleanor Ambos Interiors, a short documentary that screened at SXSW and DOC NYC. She also served as photographer for The Cost of Life, a virtual reality film that will premiere at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival. Katrina received an MFA from the International Center of Photography and has exhibited around the world.
EMMA D. MILLER
Emma D. Miller is a producer based in Los Angeles. She was associate producer of the Oscar-nominated short documentary Knife Skills, which was acquired by The New Yorker/Condé Nast Entertainment. She was also associate producer of the Sundance award-winning feature documentary Unrest, which was broadcast on PBS’s Independent Lens and shortlisted for an Academy Award. Previously, she was programming manager at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in Durham, NC, where she oversaw all submissions to the international festival and managed the film selection process.
María Villaseñor is a Mexican-American multimedia reporter and producer based in New York. She graduated from CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. She was a newspaper reporter for The Salt Lake Tribune and since then has turned her focus to documentary. María has been working in web video and documentaries for the past three years as a producer, shooter, and editor. She was an associate producer on Year Million, a six-part docuseries for the National Geographic Channel. She's currently a producer on a documentary web series featured in Quartz (The Atlantic) that examines the future impact of emerging technologies like bitcoin and virtual reality. María also shoots and edits sketches for the intersectional feminist comedy show The Box.