Leonora Anzaldua is a Chicana filmmaker whose passion lies in amplifying underrepresented voices. Originally from San Diego, Leonora developed her visual vocabulary as an undergraduate at Yale University and later earned her MFA at USC's School of Cinematic Arts. A writer, director, and cinematographer, Leonora works in narrative, documentary, and branded content. She is the recipient of the Sun Cinematography Award and the 2020 ASC Vision Scholarship; she is mentored by cinematographer and director Michael Goi, ASC, for whom she worked on American Horror Story: Asylum. Leonora's short films have screened at festivals, earned numerous awards, and received a Student Emmy nomination, a Student Academy Award nomination, and an Imagen Award nomination. In addition to working as a cinematographer and director, Leonora develops episodic and feature film projects.
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