1. Claudio/Quique Durán/Cruz, Producer/Director

    Cruz is a writer, musician/composer, and media artist. He is the creator, writer, and art director of Archeology of Memory: Villa Grimaldi. Quique Cruz is also the coordinator and the producer of the book, the musical suite, exhibit, and documentary film. Quique Cruz is Ph.D. candidate in Modern Thought and Literature at Stanford University.” He holds a Masters in Latin American Studies from Stanford University and a bachelor’s degree in history from UC Berkeley.

  2. Marilyn Mulford, Producer/Director

    Mulford is a Sundance Award-winning documentary filmmaker. She has worked in all aspects of documentary and experimental filmmaking for many years. She directed Freedom on my Mind, a documentary about the Mississippi Voter Registration Project from 1961 to 1964. It was nominated for the Academy Award and won the Grand Jury Prize for Best documentary at Sundance. It aired on PBS’s The American Experience. She also produced and directed Chicano Park about a Mexican-American barrio being destroyed by city of San Diego. That film won top prize at the Chicago and Houston International Film Festivals, and Best of California at the National Educational Film Festival. Her organization, Interfaze Educational Productions, is located at the Saul Zaentz Media Center Building, in Berkeley, California.