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Dana Flor


Director, 1-800-On-Her-Own

Dana Flor is a documentary director, producer, and writer based in Washington, DC. She co-directed and produced the film Check It, a feature-length documentary about a black gay street gang in DC, which premiered at Tribeca, and The Nine Lives of Marion Barry, a feature-length documentary about the notorious mayor that appeared on HBO. She also wrote and directed the Emmy award-winning documentary Latinos in Beisbol and the Emmy-nominated documentary Cesar Chavez for NBC.

She began her career as a news reporter and producer, working on a wide range of stories for Reuters Television, CNN, BBC, National Geographic, and others, covering breaking news in Latin America and around the world.

Flor is a recipient of a Tribeca Film Institute Documentary Fund Grant, the DC Arts and Humanities Artist Fellowship, a Pare Lorenz Fund Grant, and an AFI Docs/NBC Universal Impact Grant. She also won an Influence Film Award from the Tribeca Documentary Fund.