Almudena Carracedo


Born and raised in Spain, Almudena Carracedo is the Emmy-winning Director/Producer of MADE IN L.A., a feature documentary about three immigrant women’s transformation as they fight for their rights in Los Angeles garment factories. Praised by The New York Times as “an excellent documentary… about basic human dignity,” it premiered on PBS’ P.O.V. series and won an Emmy, the Henry Hampton Award and the Hillman Prize for Broadcast Journalism, among others. Her short documentary WELCOME. A DOCU-JOURNEY OF IMPRESSIONS, an impressionistic look at the border city of Tijuana, won the Sterling Award at Silverdocs.

Carracedo is a 2015 Guggenheim Fellow, a Creative Capital Fellow, a Sundance Time Warner Documentary Fellow, a United States Artists Fellow and winner of the ESTELA Award from the National Association of Latino Independent Producers.



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