Pedro Armando Aparicio
Pedro Armando Aparicio is an American/Salvadoran filmmaker currently based out of Los Angeles. He is a Director, Cinematographer, and Editor, and has spent most of his career living and working in El Salvador. He has worked on a number of fiction and non-fiction projects including commercials, music videos, short and feature length films.
Climate CrimesA New Generation of Activists Put Their Bodies on the Line to Defend California’s Forests
In Humboldt County, California, activists prevent logging companies from felling trees by using their own bodies as blockades.
They Rescued Pigs and Turkeys From Factory Farms — and Now Face Decades in Prison
Six activists from Direct Action Everywhere have been charged for rescuing animals from factory farms in Utah.
The War on ImmigrantsDeported to El Salvador, Trapped Between the Gangs and Trump
Jose Escobar lost his residency because of a paperwork error, but was allowed to remain in the U.S. In March, he was deported to El Salvador.
Tijuana Is a Hub of Exile and Hope for Deportees and Migrants
Tijuana is less a place where people go to live than a place where people end up, but deportees and hopeful migrants are finding community together.