Cecilia Araneda is the 2017 recipient of the Manitoba Film Hothouse Award, awarded by a jury of peers to recognize the career of an established Manitoba filmmaker.
I'm proud to have been profiled by the Winnipeg Fress Press in its feature article on the experiences of six refugees from different parts of the world.
My experimental short, Presque Vu, has been nominated for the Premio Norberto Griffa a la Creación Audiovisual Latinoamericana, an international prize for a film by a Latin American artist that demonstrates strong auteurship, working outside of film industry aesthetics.
The Ocean: A Novel is featured in Toronto Hispano, the online network for the Spanish speaking community in Toronto.
The Winnipeg Free Press recently asked me about “My Stuff.” It was fascinating to think about some of these questions, and I love that my dog Lopez managed to make his way into the photo.
Shaw TV recently did a profile on me on its Go Winnipeg! show.
I'm privileged to have had my personal family story featured in the Winnipeg Free Press. This story is but just one among thousands of others that are very similar or even worse - what happened in Chile should never be forgotten.