Naiara Eizaguirre-Paulos, born and raised in San Sebastian, Spain. She is a multimedia journalist passionated about the work of informing the public. Mostly, her career has focused on television, working as a full-time reporter, presenter, producer, and audiovisual manager. Her motto is to go beyond her limits. After ten years of professional experience, she clearly knows her next career step: the craft of documentary cinema, society’s moral witness.
Naiara Eizaguirre-Paulos was born and raised in San Sebastian, Spain. She is a multimedia journalist passionated about the work of informing the public. Mostly, her career has focused on television, working as a full-time reporter, presenter, producer, and audiovisual manager. Her motto is to go beyond her limits. After ten years of professional experience, she clearly knows her next career step: the craft of documentary cinema, society’s moral witness.
Based in Brooklyn, NY and having completed the one year certificate program in Documentary Media Studies at The New School in New York, she produced, directed, film and edited ‘Resident Alien’, a documentary short film that chronicles the harrowing story of a Honduran teenager, Carlos, a refugee from gang violence in the United States.
Name: Naiara Eizaguirre-Paulos
Lives in: New York City, New York
Occupation: Camera Operator, Cinematographer, Content Creator, Director, Editor, Filmmaker, Manager, Producer, Production Assistant, Researcher and Videographer
Documentary by Naiara Eizaguirre-Paulos (Documentary) Director, Cinematographer and Editor Carlos was born in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, reportedly a city with the world's highest homicide rate outside a war zone. At the age of 15, Carlos saw his best friend shot dead in front of him. As a witness, he would have to join the gang responsible or be murdered. Carlos chose an alternative yet almost equally dangerous path. He was one of 60,000 unaccompanied children to cross the U.S. border from Central America in 2014, fleeing drug cartels that used children as foot soldiers. Along their treacherous route they ride atop of La Bestia, the infamous freight train to the border. 52,000 were caught trying to cross the U.S border. Not Carlos.
Documentary by Maysoon Films (Documentary) Assistant Camera, Editor and Sound Recorder Hello Oriental is a short documentary that explores the daily interaction of a Syrian bazaar in Downtown Brooklyn. Tree Syrian brothers run this unique story, although the film centers on Gary. Oriental Pastry&Grocery has been ficture on Atlantic Ave in Brooklyn Heights for the las 40 years, but the neighborhood once know as Little Syria has vastly changed and a lot of the old wasy are getting lost. Step into this little gem for the most authentic experience of Middle Eastern food, enchantment and hospitality. The machine-gun queries artfully posited by the documentarian take the subject to task, and connote a prickly investigative acumen that is both endearing and integral. Indeed, a fascinating part of the documentary is the relationship between Gary and the filmmaker.
Documentary by Sean Regan (Documentary) Assistant Camera, Editor and Sound Recorder Act 718 follows the Brooklyn Act team, a mobile mental health unit that treats patients where they live- at home, in shelters or on the street. With access to the team's daily work on the ground, the film follows its diverse members- psychiatrists, social workers, peer counselors- as they serve individuals living with a community treatment model first developed in the early 1970's by physicians in Madison, Wisconsin.
Documentary by Erich Hehn (Documentary) Assistant Camera and Sound Recorder Keyfabe is a term tht refers to the integrity of believability in professional wrestling, a kind of necessary suspension of disbelief. Formerly rejected by mainstream sports media, pro wrestling has now begun to experience new and ironic signs of life in an increasingly post-modern world. Following the thoughts of indie pro wrestlers Cassanova Valentine and Rick Cataldo, Kayfabe is an immerse portrait of the New York City indie wrestling scene.
The New School (New York, NY)
Eurpean University of Madrid