Diane C. Mackenzie
Director | Producer | Writer
I am a filmmaker/archivist and activist living and working in Santa Barbara,
CA. I have worn one or all of those hats since I was a teen.
Amy Gudino recently earned her BA in Film and Media Studies and English from UCSB. There she was able to work on a number of student films and discovered her passion for documentary filmmaking.
Lola Macaulay was born and raised in Orange County before moving to Santa Barbara to attend school at UCSB.
Dewi Marquis is a Colorado-based film director and editor whose documentaries celebrate human resilience and the intimate, complicated journey to find meaning and growth in struggle. She began her career as a magazine editor, where she honed her storytelling skills for 13 years before turning to filmmaking full time in 2013.
Joanne Butcher was a Global Marketing Consultant for YouTube, running their UK movie rental unit and collaborating with engineers and curatorial teams around the world.
Hannah Maerowitz is a graduate of UCSB's Film and Media Studies. She is passionate about advocating for social change and the environment via writing, activism, and film.
Loreena Miguez was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where she lived for most of her life before coming to the United States to study film.
Magan Tran is a graduate of Film and Media Studies and Theater double major at UC Santa Barbara.
From a small town in the Bay Area, Robyn-Elizabeth Yan is a curious and passionate student looking forward to her involvement in Are You Hearing Me?