Lucio Arellano is a filmmaker and visual artist from Rockford, Illinois who is interested in exploring the non-linear and personal relationships found between the concepts of time, tradition, memory, and family through combinations of expressive digital and analog media. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) in 2019. During his time in the Film, Video, Animation and New Genres program at UWM, Arellano explored the concepts of utility and illusion as it applies to non-fiction-based media and worked alongside notable artists such as Steve Wetzel, Sky Hopinka and Ariel Teal. Arellano has screened work locally and internationally. A recipient of the Adoor Gopalakrishnan Award for Artistic Merit in 2018, Arellano has also been featured in the biannual Vernacular Publication 2018/19 edition as well as in the group exhibition titled Long, Long Ago at The Real Tinsel Gallery in Milwaukee, WI.
Lucio Arellano is currently based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where he lives and works as a Non-Fiction Officer for the Milwaukee Non-Fiction Fellowship as well as the Head Videographer for the Ian’s Pizza Marketing Department-Milwaukee Cluster.
  • Director (5 Credits)
    SONS OF DOGS (Hijos de Perros)2019
    Documentary
    Hungry Eyes (redux)2018
    Animation, Experimental, Music Video, Student, Short
    Lucio y Antonia2018
    Documentary, Experimental, Short, Student
    Screen Memory2018
    Documentary, Experimental, Student, Short
    UN MENSAJE A MIS PADRES2018
    Documentary, Experimental, Student, Short
  • Writer (1 Credit)
    SONS OF DOGS (Hijos de Perros)2019
    Documentary
Official Selection
SONS OF DOGS (Hijos de Perros)
First Time Filmmaker Sessions 2019
London
2019
Official Selection
SONS OF DOGS (Hijos de Perros)
Milwaukee Film Festival
Milwaukee
2019
College
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Film
20152019
Current City
Milwaukee