Writings by Cristina Kotz Cornejo
“Argentina, while very slowly making strides to reckon with its practices of discrimination and exclusion, has an opportunity to change how it approaches who receives support for media projects and who the next generation of media makers will be as technologies evolve." Paris is Back: Will the Indigenous People of Argentina Be Included in New Immersive Territories? written by Cristina Kotz Cornejo and published here in Medium.
"Caged Animal" (Flash Fiction)
Basta! 100+ Latinas Against Gender Violence
Published by University of Nevada, Reno, 2017
Latino Research Center
(Unproduced Feature Length Screenplay Excerpt)
Published by The Louisville Review, 2016
Secretos tells the story of ALEJANDRA "ALEX" WALTER, a 20 year old, half American, half Mexican college student from a well off family in upstate New York who is secretly in love and involved with the family's live-in, undocumented, maid, ROSA HERNANDEZ (20). As their relationship grows, we learn Alex isn't the only one in the family with secrets.
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Framing Identities / The Evolving Self: Beyond the Academic Director in Filming Difference; Actors, Directors, Producers, and Writers on Gender, Race and Sexuality in Film Edited by Daniel Bernardi,
Published by University of Texas Press, 2009