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César Rojas Ángel

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Video Fellow, BBC North America
Washington, DC US
Available for Freelance
Open To Mentoring
Open To Virtual Coffee
I'm a Colombian documentary filmmaker, video editor, and producer. During the last couple of years in the U.S. I've worked on film projects in the Bay Area, the U.S. - Mexico border, and rural Kentucky. I'm currently based in Washington, D.C.


After eight years working as a reporter in Colombia, his homeland, César moved to California, where he got a master's degree at UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, his emphasis there was documentary filmmaking. César has focused his work on environmental issues, migration, Indigenous communities' rights, and the challenges for the peace process in Colombia, among other topics. He's currently a Video Fellow at the BBC North America in Washington, D.C. Part of his work has been published by the French public network France 24 and Los Angeles Times. His most recent short documentary, 'Plantas de Poder,' was co-directed with his colleague and friend Chris Ehrmann and is set to premiere at the Santa Fe International Film Festival in the Fall of 2023.

Featured Work

Plantas de Poder - Trailer

In 'Plantas De Poder', Indigenous leader Liliana Pechené Muelas’ struggles to break the stigma of medicinal cannabis in one of Colombia’s hot spots for the U.S.-led war on drugs. After distancing herself from her Misak community, she sees new opportunities to reclaim stigmatized medicinal plants and seek reconciliation. Directed and produced by César Rojas Ángel and Chris Ehrmann.

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Henry Sales, an indigenous Mam teacher in Oakland

UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism Project by Wangyuxuan Xu and César Rojas Ángel.

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