Nadia Samira Brito is a feminist filmmaker, writer, poet, and content producer. She started her creative journey at age 15, when she participated as a writer and editor for Aguacatito Cartonera. She created and supported Agarte, a student collective that produced radio and visual shows with the intention of creating awareness around social issues, including the importance of community involvement in social development, women’s rights, and animal rights.
Nadia graduated as a T.V. and Film Producer in 2017 in Orange County, California. She participated in several productions for T.V. shows, documentaries, and short films. She produced and co-directed the documentary Dance Like Nobody’s Watching, which screened as part of the official selection for the Newport Beach Film Festival in 2017. In addition, Nadia works as a volunteer English and Spanish teacher with immigrant children in the U.S. Nadia intends to use her knowledge in film production to reconstruct the past, as well as create new narratives around the richness and necessities of the most vulnerable groups and communities.“Providing the new generations with communication tools as powerful as film, is giving them the power to create and tell their own truths and narratives. Beyond all, we must learn to see.”
“Providing the new generations with communication tools as powerful as film, is giving them the power to create and tell their own truths and narratives. Beyond all, we must learn to see.”