Leonor is a sociologist with a B.A from the Universidad Centroamericana in Nicaragua and a graduate of the Global Competitiveness Leadership Program at Georgetown University. For ten years she worked as a researcher in various think tanks where she specialized in issues related to immigration, the media and an issue close to her heart--youth and political culture. In 2010, she started her own production company with the objective of promoting social changes through effective communication strategies, in particular the production of documentaries. Leonor is also a social activist in Nicaragua. She participated in TedxManagua in 2013. She considers herself to be a socio-docu-activist.
A woman and her son deal with the ongoing trauma of losing their family and their country.
Video Duration: 10:26 min.
Mysterious trees planted by the Sandinista government are changing more than the landscape in Nicaragua.
A houseboat community fights for survival and stability amidst the changing landscape of housing developments in Silicon Valley.
16mm black and white film
Video Duration: 3:46 min.
A passionate birth coach reflects on the limits and possibilities of motherhood.