Angel is an Emmy-nominated television producer and recipient of the Princess Grace Foundation Award.
He recently received a NATAS recognition for executive producer of Bearing Witness: Stories of Our Survivors[Best Audience Award-Palm Beach International Film Festival]. Other consulting producer works include A Whole Lott More and Colma: The Musical (Spirit Award, Roadside Attractions/Lionsgate). His line producing credits include Cachao: Uno Mas!
(American Masters Series-PBS), the story of Cuban bassist Israel “Cachao” Lopez and producing credits for Turning Point, a feature documentary on school reform issues in public schools (WGTE-PBS).
Angel Vasquez began making films in 1989 in the San Francisco Bay area. In 1995, he began a career as a Public Relations Specialist with duties as photojournalist and graphic designer for the U.S. Air Force. He worked an additional year in marketing & publicity.
Since 2000, he has worked and volunteered for more than seven film organizations and festivals including the San Francisco Silent Film Festival, Iranian International Film Festival, Oakland International Film Festival, Ann Arbor Film Festival, and Canyon Cinema. He was executive assistant to the assistant director of the San Francisco Film Commission. Other work includes screening committee [Ann Arbor Film Festival & Oakland International] and film traffic.
Vasquez has worked on more than 15 short films in addition to television, and theatrical feature-length documentary and narrative productions in NY, LA and SF. He has been internationally recognized for his experimental films including his "911" film A Change of Faith and Dan, which include screenings in Korea and Australia.
With a foundation in film and television, Angel folds this experience into academia focusing on producing, cinematography, film studies, and postproduction.
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