Mabel Valdiviezo is a multidisciplinary artist who creates intimate and immersive experiences through shamanic infused performance, painting, installation, and film to explore the intersection of identity, migration, technology and women’s spirituality. An award-winning filmmaker, Mabel is an alumna of the Sundance Producers Conference. She is a winner of the Women in Film Emerging Filmmaker Award and her film, "Soledad Is Gone Forever," screened at the Cannes Film Festival’s Short Film Corner and at LALIFF. Mabel produced "Carlos Baron, Poeta Pan," a documentary short for the KQED arts show, Spark. Her script, Soledad’s Awakening, was a finalist at the Sundance Screenwriters Lab. With her current documentary project "Prodigal Daughter," she has participated in the NALIP Latino Media Market and the NALIP Latino Producers Academy. Mabel is a recipient of the 2013 NALIP Artist Mentorship Grant.