These LatinX writers and directors have been behind the scenes on some of your favorite films and television shows.
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Brian Ducoffe is a director, writer, editor, and producer working in sports television and digital content. He specializes in large scale media day player shoots, short-form features, and on-air promotions, and, at the core of his work, is a desire to help people tell their stories. “Whether it is in the short term or long term, I want to be able to help people,” he says. “I just want to be able to help good people have their story told the right way.”
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Kiki Yeung is a comedian and organizer of Crazy Woke Asians, an all Asian comedy group. “For stand-up comedy, I started embracing all the weird stuff, the awkward stuff I think about,” she says. “I’m trying to hone in on my sense of humor and my point of view.”