David de Rozas is an independent filmmaker and cultural producer based in California. His interests relate to the politics of history, memory, and identity through a range of mediums and formats. His practice combines audiovisual research, film production, and curatorial projects. These include art center displays and program strategies, lectures, film programs, documentaries, written and film essays, and other forms and sites of knowledge production. David earned an MFA in Cinema at the San Francisco State University, an MA in Art Administration from the Carlos III University, and BA in Fine Arts from the Complutense University in Madrid. His projects have been recently screened and displayed at the Winnipeg Underground Film Festival, SOMARTS, UCLA, CSU Media Arts Festival, FLEXfest, Artists’ Television Access, Southern Exposure, and the Prelinguer Library. He is currently Curatorial Assistant at Los Angeles County Museum of Art, LACMA.