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Based in NYC, Daniela I. Quiroz is a Jonathan Oppenheim Editing Award winning editor and a 2017 Front Page Award winner (The Newswomen’s Club of New York). She edited "Going Varsity in Mariachi" (2023 Sundance U.S. Documentary Competition, Jonathan Oppenheim Editing Award), which follows a year in the life of a competitive High School Mariachi team in South Texas.
She was a co-editor on "Queen of New York" (2023). She edited “Latino Vote: Dispatches from the Battleground”
which broadcast on PBS ahead of the 2020 November election. She was one of the editors on “The Last Out”
(Tribeca Special Jury Mention) alongside Carla Gutierrez and Mark Becker, which follows 3 Cuban migrants pursuing their dream to make it to Major League Baseball.
She edited for the VICE on HBO and VICE News Tonight shows, including GOODBYE CONGRESS with Alexandra Pelosi when she sat down with 15 departing members of Congress at the end of 2018. Daniela co-edited the feature length film, REBEL CITIZEN with Skylight Pictures, an in-depth look at Haskell Wexler's use of cinematography as a tool for social justice, which premiered at the 2015 New York Film Festival. She is currently involved in the post-production of several documentaries and TV series set to release in 2023.
In addition to her film career, Daniela runs a non-profit, The Hope Reichbach Fund, which provides paid stipends to low-income college students through internships at Brooklyn non-profits.
Daniela spends her free time brewing beer and playing fetch with her rescue dog, Kobe.