Genevieve Roudané is a queer filmmaker who has worked as director, cinematographer, editor, educator, and organizer on diverse productions across the Americas over the past decade. Roudané’s work focuses on the intersection of art and activism, and she sees mediamaking as part of a broader process of creative social change. She has participated in a range of grassroots media organizing projects in Mexico and Central America. She is a member of Film Fatales, Women In Film, the Mexican Documentary Filmmakers Network and the Women Behind the Camera cooperative. She co-founded and co-directed Proyecto Medusa productions and the Ocote Miradas Encendidas Film Festival. Her work can be seen at: www.genevieveroudane.com.