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Juan Carlos Oseguera is a professional artist who has worked in theater, film and television. He holds a degree in Cinema from San Francisco State University's College of Creative Arts.
As an undergraduate student, he took extensive courses in film history, film theory and film analysis. In addition to his analytical work, he produced, edited and directed award-winning student projects, and performed journalistic work and web designing for the school's cinema website. He also became a published film critic, reviewing films for a Latino newspaper in the California Central Valley. Furthermore, he wrote a screenplay that garnered him a scholarship to attend a screenwriting seminar that was co-sponsored by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and Script Magazine.
After graduating from the College of Creative Arts in 2000, he attended CSU Summer Arts where he worked alongside industry professionals--first as a student and then as a professional artist, assisting other students. This lead him to work on various projects and in different capacities--such as an assistant director (to a theater production), a production coordinator (for a 35mm short film), a production assistant and assistant editor (to a 24p digital short film), co-editor (of a TV comedy skit), and film editor (of a short digital film). In addition, he co-animated and co-produced an animation project that went on to become an Animation Finalist at the 2002 CSU Media Arts Festival.
Outside of Summer Arts, he went on to serve as editor and associate producer of a short documentary that aired on public access television in 2005. At the same time, he went went on to establish Filmunition Studios--from where he freelanced as a web-designer, social media consultant and video producer for various businesses, production companies and independent producers.
In 2009 he started work on his first feature-length documentary film, The Fight for Water, which he independently produced and was released in 2012 under the Filmunition banner. The film received various nominations, including Best Documentary and Runner-up awards, from various film festivals throughout 2013 and 2014,
In addition, the film went on to have screenings at public schools, libraries, colleges, universities and community centers throughout California and other states in the nation.
The documentary is currently on DVD and can be streamed online at thefightfowaterfilm.com
Currently, Juan Carlos is working on his next project and often freelances as an independent photographer, content media producer and social media consultant for various organizations and businesses.
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