Maru Buendia-Senties – People’s History #37

Hello beautiful people! It’s your favorite time of the week, that’s right, it’s time for a new episode of The People’s History of Film. For this episode, Dalton sat down over Skype to talk with LA-based filmmaker Maru Buendia-Senties. Maru was an incredible guest who came to the show ready to share. She talks about sharing her love of film with her father, growing up on the US-Mexico border, working with Robert Rodriguez, and her ongoing journey as a storyteller. This was a really special interview, and not just because Maru complemented Dalton’s radio voice. Although, he was beyond pleased with himself about that. This is Maru Buendia-Senties’ history of film.


Maru Buendia-Senties
Behind the Scenes on Windows with actor Rich Paul.
Maru stays very busy. Recently she was able to share her film Windows at a private screening at the Mexican consulate in October. This was part of a special event titled Between the Lines: The Cultural Union between the United States and Mexico. In October, she also attended the NYFF Artist Academy. She was selected through the Princess Grace Foundation and the Film Society of Lincoln Center in New York.

You can keep up to date with all of the latest Windows news on Facebook.Com/WindowsSciFi. You can also go behind the scenes on the production of Windows on Vimeo. You can keep up with Maru over at BloodBank Productions, or by going to her personal site.


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The People’s History of Film – Maru Buendia-Senties

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