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Armando Croda Originally from Mexico, he has been working in art and film in the US, Europe, and Mexico for the past 15 years. He recently premieres his documentary "I'm Leaving Now" at Hot Docs 2018. Currently editing the feature doc "Jay Myself" on the iconic New York City photographer Jay Maisel (2018). He was an additional cinematographer and editor of the documentary "Havana Motor Club" (2015) about Cuba's top drag racers and their quest to hold the first official race since the revolution that premiered at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival. Co-director, cinematographer, and editor of the TV documentary "Firmes, Mexicans in the Bronx" (Nat Geo Latino, 2013) about undocumented Immigrants who have left the gang life behind and formed a Lowrider car club on the East Coast. Armando also completed the feature film, "Victorio" (2008) as co-director and editor, which was awarded Opera Prima at the Guanajuato Film Festival, and screened in various festivals in Europe and Latin America, including Valencia, Huelva, St. Petersburg, Havana and selected for the Human Right competition in Bilbao film festival.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: 05-26-2018