A Wild Idea is an award winning documentary about the Yasuní-ITT Initiative, Ecuador’s unprecedented proposal for fighting global climate change: In exchange for payments from the world community, the country will leave untouched its largest oil reserves. AWARDS Best Student Film – Green Screen Film Festival, … Read More →
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Historias con sabor a sueño (Dream-Flavored Stories) is the name of Verónica’s first book, published by Letramía in Quito, Ecuador in 2001. This book is a compilation of five fantasy stories. Each one is like a metaphor of some of the author’s life experiences and … Read More →
This hour-long radio documentary explores the past and present of Flamenco, an art forged by the gypsies, acclaimed by the kings and now known all around the globe. You’ll hear the sounds of classic and modern Flamenco and listen to the testimonies of those … Read More →
Since 1874, the Victorian lighthouse at East Brother Island has continued to be a landmark for sailors. “The light has to be on. If it’s not we have to tell the Coast Guard and there’s a back-up that comes on,” said Anne Witts, who together … Read More →
Through this short multimedia piece you’ll enter the world of bondage and also you’ll learn about the life of an expert bondage instructor. Produced by Verónica Moscoso in 2010.
There is a lot to be said about Capoeira, a mixture between a martial art and a dance. This short radio documentary takes us to the Capoeria world and showcases the capoeristas from the Capoeira Arts Café. The voice of Pauline Winter narrates this documentary … Read More →
For two hours it was as if all that surrounded Joel Alcaraz, 10 and Greg Lope, 33, had disappeared. Divided physically by a chessboard and mentally connected by the game, they competed at the Contra Costa College Community Chess Tournament this past Saturday. “If I … Read More →
Coffee reading is an ancient art practiced around the world. In this short movie, Veronica Moscoso captures what coffee reading is about, through the testimony of an Arminian-Iranian woman who grew up around this practice. She explains that Coffee reading is about seeing the future, … Read More →
A hot air balloon ride in the early morning of Santa Rosa, California was an opportunity to capture the beauty of the experience from High and up. Pictures by Verónica Moscoso.
BART and bus riders from Richmond and neighboring cities give their opinion about the verdict in the Johannes Mehserle trial. The jury found Mehserle, a former BART police officer, guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the 2009 shooting death of Oscar Grant on an Oakland train platform. The verdict caused … Read More →
Misahuallí is a small town in the Ecuadorian Amazon that offers jungle adventures to tourists and a chance to meet a family of about 15 white-fronted capuchin monkeys that live in town. These monkeys are charmingly unafraid of people but they have become an … Read More →