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About us

Banda Ancha Productions is a collective founded in 2010 by Visual Historian Sarah Borealis and Photojournalist Neyda Paredes.


We represent a global network of artists moving information creatively to facilitate cultural interactions.


Our goal is to share knowledge through and audio-visual projects and events designed to benefit the communities and causes with which we are involved. We work to merge experiences and sensibilities by producing work with aesthetic and educational value.


Sarah Borealis

Sarah Borealis is a visual historian who completed a Ph.D. in Latin American History at Tulane University and a certificate in film editing from New York University. In 2010, she co-founded Banda Ancha Productions and currently produces independent documentaries and cultural events.  Her documentaries have been screened at the Juan B. Ambrosetti Museum of Ethnography in Buenos Aires, and the Museum of Contemporary Art (MUAC) at Mexico City's UNAM, and her work has been featured on the Travel Channel, the Journal of Video Ethnography and National Geographic online.

Neyda Paredes

Neyda Paredes studied photography in Geneva before spending 4 years in Mexico. Her Mexican body of work includes art, fashion, documentary, and social commentary. Paredes recently earned a diploma in history and theory of cinema at the University of Lausanne, and currently produces documentary and cultural mediation projects for the Swiss government.

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