Ciudad de México, D.F., México
Sara Escobar, documentary photographer and filmmaker, México, 1984.
She made a Communication Sciences Degree, with Journalism Specialization, and a Documentary Cinematography Master, at the National University. She has been in workshops with photography teachers as Jon Lowenstein, Sebastian Liste, Christopher Morris, Keith Dannemiller, Emilio Morenatti, Darío López Mills, Eniac Martínez, Mario Luna and Andrés Garay.
She has worked as photojournalist and camera woman in places as Tortugas al Viento Producciones, Milenio diario, Milenio TV, Fremantlemedia and Canalseisdejulio.
She is part of Dospasosabajo Collective. Her first documentary movie, Causar Alta (To enlist) has been exhibited in México, Cuba, Uruguay and Argentina, and has earned two awards: Premio José Rovirosa a Mejor Documental Estudiantil, UNAM, 2014, and Mejor Mediometraje Documental realizado por un Colectivo Joven. Festival Santiago Álvarez in Memoriam, 2015.
2015 - Festival Santiago Álvarez in Memoriam, Cuba, 2014 - Premio José Rovirosa
- Audio capture
- Breaking news
- Video capture
Juchitan, 40 days later
40 days after the 8.2 earthquake, Juchitan streets remain almost the same as the first days. Debris hasn't been picked up from the streets, but people try to continue with their lives.
Photography for Revolucion 3.0 : Mexican lemon farmers ran away from Apatzingán, Michoacán, after January 6th, 2015