Alba Daza is a 27-year-old emerging Latinx writer/director/podcaster based in Montreal, Canada. She graduated from the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema with a focus on production. Her art focuses on telling and celebrating the stories of marginalized voices, giving them space to breathe and thrive. Through her work, she plans to decolonize pop culture and Slay white supremacy.
(A)dios Ivan, Adios
My grandfather Iván Daza was a guerilla soldier killed and disappeared in an ambush in Venezuela in 1966. There is no physical evidence of his death, and his body was never recovered. This short film recreates the scene of the ambush from a poetic lens with information collected from my family and the sole survivor of the attack. It is a tribute to my grandparents Irma and Iván and the love they shared.
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