Alan Domínguez is an award-winning filmmaker whose films have been screened and distributed on three different continents in three languages. As the founder of Loco Lane Filmworks, he develops video content for non-profit organizations, business, and institutions. He received his BA from the University of Denver, his MA from the University of New Mexico, and studied film production at the New York Film Academy. Born in Denver with New Mexican roots, Alan teaches film production at Denver’s CEC Early College, a magnet school within Denver Public Schools, and is a guest instructor for the Denver Film Society. He continues to develop films for outlets such as HBO, The New York Times Op-Docs, PBS, and Netflix. In the community, Alan serves on the board of Homies Unidos, a non-profit organization that specializes in youth gang intervention.