Independent journalist and filmmaker focusing on human rights, social justice, and culture.Independent journalist and filmmaker focusing on human rights, social justice, and culture.
From the streets of Brazil to the open plains of Wyoming, Julia Muldavin has chased stories around the world as a multimedia journalist and filmmaker. She lived in the heart of Santiago when the student uprisings erupted in 2011 and spent two years in Brazil covering police violence and human rights abuses perpetrated during the lead-up to the World Cup and the Olympics. She worked on short and long-form video content around the #BlackLivesMatter movement in Oakland, California and followed the movement on their most recent trip to Brazil to bring attention to the escalating human rights crises in Rio de Janeiro’s favelas. She has worked as a producer, videographer, video editor, and translator for breaking news, shorts, and feature-length documentaries. She is currently in Quito, Ecuador, working on stories about Colombian refugees, indigenous movements in the Amazon, as well as a variety of other environmental and social issues. Her work has appeared on Fusion, AJ+, teleSUR, CNN, The New York Times, Vox, The Real News, and various other news outlets.
Works from pitch to publication as a producer, videographer, writer, editor, and translator. Has over four years of experiences with more than a dozen media outlets.
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