Dawn in the Paleocene is a feature length documentary film about Dawn Elizabeth Peterson, a transgender punk rock paleontologist carving out a life for herself in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood in the 1990s.
In a small town in Mexico, once a year, men transform into women and become the Chuntá. Follow two gender-bending gangs of dancers as they face off in a struggle between queer identity and powerful traditions.
Everyone is talking about the Mayan Prophecies of 2012. But who is listening to the Maya? This groundbreaking documentary brings us the voices of the Mayan people as they share their perspectives on the prophecies of their ancestors and their fight to defend Mother Earth and their culture from destruction.
Cine Catrina is a multimedia, multicultural film production cooperative dedicated to producing creative, high-quality media that lets the ideas of our clients shine. Our focus on documentary video in challenging situations means we’re prepared to capture your vision as it unfolds and transform it into a high-impact tool to reach your audience.
A series of short, educational videos about the Zapatista movement produced by Schools for Chiapas.
Dr. Louis Charles Roudanez was the founder of America’s first Black Daily Newspaper, and is Genevieve Roudané’s great-great-great grandfather. She directed, filmed, and edited over a dozen short videos for the Roudanez History and Legacy website, which she co-designed with her father, historian Mark Charles Roudané.
Principal photography for three short promotional videos for FONCET, the Conservation Fund for the Triunfo Biosphere in Chiapas, Mexico.
UNACCOMPANIED: Alone in America shows the incredible obstacles young unaccompanied children face when they appear alone, without a lawyer, in immigration proceedings.
Roudané has filmed and edited many videos that are not available online. Please contact her if you are interested in organizing a screening or learning more.