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Catherine Murphy

Catherine Murphy is a San Francisco-based filmmaker who has spent much of the last 10 years working in Latin America. She is founder & director of The Literacy Project, a multi-media documentary project on adult literacy in the Americas.

As an independent producer, Murphy's work has largely focused on social documentaries. She has field produced films like Saul Landau's WILL THE REAL TERRORIST PLEASE STAND UP?, Eugene Corr's FROM GHOST TOWN TO HAVANA, served on the production crew of GAY CUBA; and subtitled STEALING AMERICA by Dorothy Fadiman, Jaime Kibben's THE GREENING OF CUBA, and OUT AND REFUSENICKS by Sonja de Vries. She also served an archival researcher for Susanne Rostock's recent biography of Harry Belafonte, SING YOUR SONG.

Murphy served as senior staff producer at the TeleSur TV Washington bureau in 2006 and has produced content for PBS, TeleSur, Avila TV, Pacifica Radio National, WBAI and KPFA.

While in Caracas in 2009, she founded Tres Musas Producciones, a collaborative production house of independent women producers working in film, music and literature.

Four short stories based on her interviews were published in Eduardo Galeano's most recent book, "Espejos".

MAESTRA is her directing debut. (01/14)


Maestra
A film by Catherine Murphy, 2013, 33 min., Color

In 1961, over 250,000 Cubans joined their country’s National Literacy Campaign and taught 707,000 other Cubans to read and write. Almost half of thes...



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