Documentary filmmaking with a social focus.
Relampago Films is an artistic collaboration between filmmakers Deni Alarcon, Jesse Such and Francisco Alarcon. We currently work on documentaries with a social focus in order to provide a better understanding of the issues that are relevant to our reality today.
Our films have been screened at Cal State Los Angeles, University of California San Diego, Columbia University, University of California Los Angeles, New Mexico State University, Pratt Institute, Valencia College, Golden West College. They have also been watched by hundreds of students through or educational partner streaming services. Furthermore, they have served as an point of discussion for non/profits such as the National immigration Justice Alliance screening organised by the city of Chicago.
For more information about any of our documentaries and upcoming projects please send us an e-mail at email@example.com or fill out the contact form.
Francisco studied a one year course in Film Directing and Writing at the University of California Los Angeles Extension. He has worked with immigrants throughout his life and filmed a short film about the Casa del Migrante in Tijuana to raise awareness about the work they do.
Director of Photography/Producer
Jesse has an extensive work history in the social services working in a wide variety of fields such as immigration and criminal justice reform. Currently, Jesse is working as a community organizer in under served communities in New York City. Jesse is completing his Master of Science degree in City and Regional Planning and has begun production on a new documentary about the NYPD's policy of Stop, Question, and Frisk.
Deni was born in Mexico City and immigrated to the United States with her family at the age of 6. She has lived on the West Coast, Washington DC, Mexico City and is currently residing in New York City with her family. Deni recently completed a Master's degree in Nursing from Columbia University. She hopes to make health accessible to all populations.