Producer/Director Victor H. Mancilla
Victor Mancilla has had extensive experience as a journalist, researcher, author, publisher, screenwriter, director and associate producer. He is the founder and Executive Director of Eravision, a production and film research organization.
For over 14 years, Victor worked in the field of media and communications research on special assignment in Mexico City, Los Angeles, Rome, The Philippines, France, Spain, Colombia, Venezuela, and Costa Rica. He is the Director/Producer of the award-winning documentary, “Art and Revolutions,” The Posada Foundation, award- winning documentary, “The Forgotten Eagles” 201 Productions, Shadow Director for ABC TV Series, “The Catch”, “Living with Autism and Deafness”, The Willie Ross Foundation, “Our neighborhood” A/P, Kidworks, Transcendental Media, “Noche de Muertos” Eravision, Director, “Children’s Court”, Lavine Productions, and others. Among the many notable artists that Mr Mancilla has worked with are Anthony Hopkins, Kelly Ho, and Edward James Olmos.
Victor is the author of two books-in-progress, several screenplays, and newspaper and magazine articles on Latino issues. He has provided research services to cultural and historical projects by HBO, Green Moon Productions, Mosaico, An Eagle Tribute, as well as serving as screenwriter on different productions both in the United States and abroad.