Edwin Pagán is a New York-based filmmaker with a range of experience in documentary and narrative films. He has produced Sangre/ Blood, Rendezvous, Scar Tissue, and line-roduced Beauty. His director of photography credits include Lost Love, The Reckoning, Brother, Flitter Flutter, For the Record: Guam and World War II, Our Women, Our Struggle, and Latina Confessions. He was the Conference Programmer for the 27th IFP Market & Conference in 2005, and worked as Grants Coordinator at the Bronx Council of the Arts, and Marketing Manger at the Association of Hispanic Arts. An active member of the Media Coalition for Artist of Color and president of the New York chapter of the National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP). He has curated the NewLatino Filmmakers Series at the Anthology FIlm Archives for the past six years, and currently serves as the Program Manager at the Black Filmmakers Foundation.
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