Press

Alexandra Hidalgo Wins Carole Joyce Award for Excellence in Documentary Storytelling (From the Heart Productions)

Miranda July, Greta Gerwig, and 15 Women Filmmakers on What Agnès Varda Meant to Them (IndieWire)

Hollywood Parents Petition Cannes for More Mom-Friendly Rules (The Hollywood Reporter)

MSU professor, student resist sexualization of Latinas in media (The State News)

Professor Publishes First Ever Video Book (College of Arts and Letters News)

Leonard A. Oakland Film Festival features discussion with Alexandra Hidalgo on Feb. 9 (Whitworth University News)

Film screening highlights immigrants’ positive impact (Purdue Today)

Documentary Film: Vanishing Borders (The Miami University Art Museum)

#FavWomanFilmmaker Campaign Promotes Visibility of Films Made by Women (The Mary Sue)

Bringing Awareness to Women Filmmakers (MSU Today)

WSU Writing Program Welcomes Latina author Cecilia Rodríguez-Milanés and filmmaker Alexandra Hidalgo for Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 presentations (The Writing Program)

A Documentary Explores Immigration from a Woman’s Perspective (MSU Today)

Radio and Podcasts

Dr. Alexandra Hidalgo (Keystone Perspectives) (The Big Rhetorical Podcast)

Extraordinary Filmmakers Book Funds Documentary Emergency Fund (The Art of Film Funding Podcast)

Practice Strategic Contemplation (We Need Gentle Truths For Now Podcast)

“Alexandra Hidalgo—The Art of Storytelling Through Film (The Liberal Arts Endeavor Podcast)

Alexandra Hidalgo (One Thought Podcast)

MSU Professors and Students Want to Know Your #FavWomanFilmmaker (Current State – WKAR)

Former Daytonian Produces Feature Length Immigration Documentary (WYSO Weekend – WYSO)

A New Documentary Explores Immigration from a Woman’s Perspective (Stateside – Michigan Radio)

Video

Play It Forward: Alexandra Hidalgo | Teta | Story of a nursing mother (DigiPops)

Filmmakers in Focus: Agnès Varda. (British Film Institute)

Approaching Filmmaking and Content Production from a Feminist Perspective to Create Change (Generation Ratify)

Go Make Movies: An Interview with Alexandra Hidalgo (Computers and Composition Online)

Interviews and Profiles

New Faculty Profile: Alexandra Hidalgo’s Academic-Artistic Entanglements (University of Pittsburgh’s Department of English)

Alexandra Hidalgo: Making Films About Love and Helping Students Shape the Future of Media (The MSU Doc Lab)

Revisiting Familiar Places and Exploring New Spaces: Alexandra Hidalgo and Digital Works that Matter (Computers and Composition Digital Press)

Behind the Cameras: agnès films and #DirectedByWomen Supporting and Women and Feminists in the Industry. An Interview with Alexandra Hidalgo and Barbara Ann O’Leary (Films for the Feminist Classroom)

Alexandra Hidalgo: Feminist Visionary (Directed by Women)

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Interview: Alexandra Hidalgo (Raising Films: Making Babies, Making Films, Making Change)

Reviews

Review Cámara Retórica: A Feminist Filmmaking Methodology for Rhetoric and Composition by Alexandra Hidalgo (Peitho: Journal of The Coalition of Women Scholars in the History of Rhetoric and Composition)

Book Review: Hidalgo’s Cámara Retórica (Present Tense: A Journal of Rhetoric in Society)

A Review of Alexandra Hidalgo’s Cámara Retórica (Enculturation: a Journal of Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture)

Alexandra Hidalgo’s Cámara Retórica: A Feminist Filmmaking Methodology for Rhetoric and Composition (Academia de Cruz)

William and Santiago Simultaneous (Feel the Reel International Film Festival)

Alexandra faces the camera and smiles. She is wearing a patterned pink dress with a silver necklace

Alexandra Hidalgo is a Venezuelan writer, filmmaker, and academic. Her work has been featured in The Criterion Collection, The Hollywood Reporter, IndieWire, NPR, and Women and Hollywood. She has published over 20 academic articles and book chapters, and her video book Cámara Retórica: A Feminist Filmmaking Methodology for Rhetoric and Composition received the Computers and Composition Distinguished Book Award. She has an MFA in Creative Writing from Naropa University and a PhD in English from Purdue University, and she is the Crow Chair of English and associate professor at the University of Pittsburgh.