The REBEL Project includes a theatrical feature film, a PBS broadcast and DVD (REBEL), a website (rebeldocumentary.com) and a short video (Secret Soldier) exploring a woman, a myth, and the politics of national memory. Written, Directed and Produced by Iguana Films founder María Agui Carter, REBEL is the story of a Latina Civil War soldier and spy erased from history for a hundred and fifty years. The 52 min. educational version of REBEL aired as a national prime time special on PBS in May 2013 and is available on PBS home video. The feature film, a 75 min. director's cut, is playing theaters, museums and film festivals around the country in 2014, and rebeldocumentary.com lists screenings and provides additional video clips, archival material and teacher's tools. The National Park Service is partnering with Iguana Films to bring a short about the discovery of Loreta Velazquez, called Secret Soldier, to historic sites around the country and offering the video short free to educators.
Written, Produced and Directed by Iguana Films founder María Agui Carter, Rumble Over West Side Story and Tango:Duel and Dance are half hour documentaries created for PBS. CLEATS was a short commissioned by Discovery for a showcase on Latino Directors.
Created by Writer, Director, Producer María Agui Carter, founder of Iguana Films, LLC, these are shorts or excerpts of documentaries commissioned for PBS and Cable. Creados por Escritora, Directora y Productora María Agui Carter, estos son ejemplos de algunas peliculas comisionadas para la television y el mercado educativo.