Carla Pataky is a filmmaker raised in Tijuana specializing in collaborative processes and verité style of shooting and editing. She has wide range experience in documentary production for television and organizations associated with minorities, counter culture, environment, and human rights. Pataky has been involved in community development through art and video in Oaxaca, Tijuana, Chiapas, Yucatán and Estado de México. She produced the Apantallados Festival in Mexico city, an exhibition and a series of media workshops focused on teaching children right to information and media literacy.
She has edited, photographed and directed numerous short films and television programs. She cofounded bulbo a media collective based in the TijuanaSan Diego area that developed media content for television, radio, press, internet and art installations. Pataky has been awarded grants from several Mexican agencies and she has a bachelor’s degree in Visual Arts from the University of California, San Diego.