Nebraska Authors

Natalia Ledford

Born 1990

Lincoln native Ledford has worked for Nebraska Educational Television and has directed and produced Paths of the Displaced (aired 2010), a documentary about Sudanese refugees, and Komora: To Heal (aired 2014) , a documentary about orphan victims of the 1994 Rwanda genocide. Komora: To Heal was broadcast by PBS World and won a Special Jury Remi Award for independent short subjects at the Houston International Film Festival.

She has lived in Guatemala, where she interned at Nuevos Horizontes, one of the country's two domestic violence shelters and where she subsequently founded Firewheel Designs, a social enterprise that supports survivors of domestic violence by helping them make and market handicrafts.

Author Of

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Keywords

Documentary Film; Filmmakers and Producers; Nebraska Educational Television

Bibliography

Documentaries:
Paths of the Displaced aired 2010.
Komora: To Heal aired 2014.

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