Trina Bardusco

Storyteller, cultural alchemist, impromptu dancer

Trina Bardusco is an American-Venezuelan who is passionate about innovative storytelling, championing multiculturalism, diversity and content for women. She has written, directed, produced and or co-hosted a total of nine web series and for-and-about women in both English and Spanish, including 400+ videos for Yahoo en español that were sponsored by Procter & Gamble. An experienced bilingual brand liaison for agencies, and show sponsors, she understands the art of authentic contextual integration into US Hispanic and global programs. She also co-pioneered HBO Latino’s original, award winning series, Habla, that for over a decade has given a platform to Latinos living in the U.S. who’s stories might otherwise not be heard. She is honored to be included on Free the Bid: an initiative advocating on behalf of women directors for equal opportunities to bid on commercial jobs in the global advertising industry. In addition, Going Solo and her production company, Flamenca Films, are incubating as part of a 2017 yearlong fellowship at the Made in New York Media Center at IFP.
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Going Solo

by Trina Bardusco

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