Dick Jordan is an award-winning travel writer and filmmaker.
Since 2013, "Cuba, Libre?" Producer and Director, Dick Jordan, has produced over 30 films that have aired on community television stations across the United States serving millions of households.
"Cuba, Libre?, his first feature-length documentary film, was released in January of 2016. It has been shown on over 50 community television stations. To date, it has been an Official Selection of 43 film festivals and film award competitions, has been nominated 9 times for "Best Documentary," winning that category 4 times and garnering 17 awards overall.
Three other of his films have been in film festivals.
His short documentary, "McKenzie Power," was nominated for "Best Documentary" and "Best Oregon Film" in the Winter 2019 Oregon Cinema Arts Film Festival.
He made his acting debut as the "Ace of Spies" in spy spoof film "The White Bag," and wrote the voice-over script and did the editing for the film which won a "Best Jury Award" at the Direct Short and Documentary Film Festival in February 2019
He been a freelance travel writer and has published the online travel magazine, Tales Told From The Road (www.talestoldfromtheroad.com) since 2009.
His travel stories and photographs have appeared in the Sunday Travel sections of the Dallas Morning News, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicles, and newspapers published by the Bay Area News Group.
He grew up in Seattle, Washington, and lived in the San Francisco Bay Area from 1971 until relocating to Eugene, Oregon in January of 2017.
University of Washington
Hastings College of The Law
Birth City
Seattle, Washington
Current City
Eugene, Oregon
Dick Jordan is an award-winning travel writer and filmmaker.
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