Category: Video Samples

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Where is Home?

Shot and Edited by Kimberly Avalos Produced for Univision   Antonio’s vision of home is torn between the United States, his home for more than half of his…

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The Price of Immigration

Shot and edited by Kimberly J. Avalos Published in the Lo-Down NY on March 27, 2017 2K views on the Lo-Down NY Facebook page   Ramon Vargas’ journey…

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Defending Love

LGBTQ+ activists held a Make-Out In Front of Trump Tower protest on Sunday to fight for both the rights of their community, but also the rights of all…


An Immigrant’s Journey Back Home

After an unexpectedly long stay in the U.S., an Ecuadorian immigrant prepares to return to his homeland in solitude. Story: Angel is one of many immigrant breadwinners who…


Astoria Park Summer Nights

An exercise in scene-setting


Death Defying Parkour Athlete: NYC traceur with a heart condition pushes himself in high-intensity sport

While battling a heart condition that needs to be regulated every day for the rest of his life, John Dizon still pursues the high-intensity, obstacle-passing sport that is…


Ofra Settlement Awaits Looming Demolitions-Video

By Kimberly J. Avalos Jewish residents in the Ofra settlement in the West Bank are awaiting the demolitions of nine houses next year. While many of the homes…


Moroccan Man Brings Jews and Muslims Together in NYC

When Moroccan Simo El Aissaoui arrived as an immigrant in the US eight years ago, he was surprised to find a divide between Muslims and Jews. In his…


How to Make Argan Oil


Rabat Remembers Pulse Nightclub Victims in Orlando

*Published in Morocco World News on June 16, 2016.


Millennials for Bernie Sanders


A Trailer

One Moroccan man’s attempt to bring Moroccan and Jewish communities together in NYC.

Soccer Field Proposed in Astoria


Super Tuesday

Completely mobile video of Astoria residents reacting to Super Tuesday’s results

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Hour Children

Shot by Kimberly Avalos and George Goss Script and Edit┬áby Kimberly Avalos Hour Children is a charity agency that helps formerly incarcerated mothers find a stable home and…

Profile: Local Queens Transit Advocate Pushes for More Transportation Opportunities


Astoria Taco Truck

A sequencing exercise