Mexican independent producer Sonia Fritz studied Communications at the National University of Mexico. She has an MFA in visual arts from Vermont College at Norwich University and completed courses for a Ph.D. in Caribbean Literature at the University of Puerto Rico. She is Professor at the Communications Department, University of the Sacred Heart in San Juan, Puerto Rico and teaches courses on Television Production, Film History, Film Appreciation and Film and Literature. Some of her most recent productions include Little Immigrants, Carnivals of the Caribbean and Samuel Lind's Coastal World.
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Sonia Fritz & Frances Lausell
2008, 42 min., Color, Mexico/US
LITTLE IMMIGRANTS is an insider's look into child smuggling captured from both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border. This documentary is a dramatic firsthand account of a family's journey to reunite after ten years of separation.
Siblings Abi and Eliezer, two Mexican minors living in a migra...
Samuel Lind's Coastal World
Producer: Frances Lausell
2006, 24 min., Color, Puerto Rico
This documentary captures the colors, music and culture that inspire the art of Samuel Lind, an Afro-Puerto Rican painter, graphic artist and sculptor. Originally from Loiza, Puerto Rico, Lind celebrates Afro-Puerto Rican culture in his work and is inspired by the Santiago Apostle Festivities, the p...