The Masked (1996)
Format: Betacam SP
Length: 55 min.
In the city of Medellin, Columbia, residents of a violent barrio long-neglected by the government form a controversial peoples militia that is committed to social cleansing at any cost.
Best Videography Award, Windy City International Documentary Film Festival
PBS-WNET, Free Speech TV, Channel Four International (Australia), NHK National Network (Japan), Canal - 1997 (Spain).
Havana Film Festival (Cuba)/International Film Festival (San Juan, Puerto Rico)/Chicago International Latin Film Festival (Chicago, IL)/Festival Internacional del nueco cine latinoamericano (Bogota, Colombia)/International Arts & Ideas Festival (New Haven, Connecticut)/
Windy City International Documentary Film Festival (Chicago, Illinois)/
San Francisco Latino Festival (CA)/San Antonio CineFest (TX)/Havana Film Festival (Cuba)/International Arts
Starfish Productions, Inc.
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Hardball Dreams (2001, co-director)
In the Land of Plenty (1998, co-director)
The Transformation (1996, co-director)
The Masked (1996)
The Salt Mines (1991, co-director)
American Film Institute Media Production Grant, 1995
New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship, 1993
Jerome Foundation Media Production Grant, 1993
New York Council on the Arts Fellowship, 1991
1974 Faculty of Biology, University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain
January - March 2004
Carlos Aparicio directed an episode of The New Americans, a documentary about the lives of new, non-European immigrants to the United States. It screened at the Portland International Film Festival in February.
Carlos Aparicio and Susana Aikin will contribute to The New Americans, ITVS's up-coming series about America's new immigrants who come from around the world and begin life in the United States in search of the American Dream.