Gabriela Quiros
  • Berkeley, CA
  • United States

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Gabriela Quiros's Discussions

My documentary BEAUTIFUL SIN airs nationally on public television!

Started May 5, 2015 0 Replies

My documentary BEAUTIFUL SIN is airing on public television. This is the film I worked on at the Producers Workshop  in 2010.KENW (Amarillo, TX and New Mexico), Weds. May 6, 8 pmMaryland Public…Continue

My film BEAUTIFUL SIN to premiere in Chicago!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Ballard Jun 3, 2014. 1 Reply

Hi Workshoppers, The film I workshopped in Boston, BEAUTIFUL SIN, has its premiere this Wednesday and Friday at the Chicago Latino Film Festival! I'll be there for both screenings and would love to…Continue

Tags: Festival, Public, Broadcasting, Film, Latino

 

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Profile Information

Workshop Year
2010
Education
Graduate School of Journalism, Univ. of California-Berkeley
Company or station:
KQED; Azul Films
Your url(s) including your website, facebook, linkedin or other profiles:
http://www.kqed.org/quest/
http://www.newday.com/filmmakers/Gabriela_Quiros.html
Genre(s) you work in:
public affairs, science
Professional credits:
producer, director, writer, editor, camera, independent media maker, interactive media maker
Best way to contact me:
gquiros@kqed.org

TV stories for KQED's science series QUEST


ATOM SMASHERS

My most recent TV story for the science series QUEST is about the rich history of particle accelerators in the San Francisco Bay Area. QUEST journeys back to find out how physicists on the UC Berkeley campus in the 1930s, and at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center in the 1970s, created "atom smashers" that led to key discoveries about the tiny constituents of the atom and paved the way for the Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland.

QUEST on KQED Public Media.

AMAZING JELLIES

They are otherworldly creatures that glow in the dark, without brains or bones, some more than 100 feet long. And they live just off California's coast. Join two top marine biologists who have devoted their careers to unlocking the mysteries of jellyfish and alien-like siphonophores.

QUEST on KQED Public Media.

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At 2:49pm on July 27, 2010, Judith Vecchione said…
Just thought I'd let you know that Matt Burrows has the best excuse for being late to join us on this network:

"My wife was ordered into bed rest by her doctor two weeks ago and then we had our baby 2 days early -- he was supposed to be born today (July 26) but we had a bit of an emergency Friday night and he was born Saturday morning. We get discharged tomorrow so hopefully I'll be able to get myself up on the site tomorrow night or Wednesday night."

I thought you might like to know and send congrats! It's mburrows@scetv.org -- until he has a free minute...
 
 
 

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