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Hank Phillippi Ryan: Earning Emmys and Agathas

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HANK PHILLIPPI RYAN has been honored with more than 50 prestigious awards from news organizations all over the world including 37 EMMYs and 14 Edward R. Murrow Awards. Ryan is also the USA Today bestselling author of 13 psychological thrillers, winning the genre’s most prestigious awards: five Agathas, four Anthonys, and the coveted Mary Higgins Clark Award.

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Michel Hausmann: Founding Artistic Director, Miami New Drama at the Colony Theatre

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MICHEL HAUSMANN is a Venezuelan-born theater director, producer, and writer. He is the co-founder and Artistic Director of MIAMI NEW DRAMA, the resident company and operator of the historic COLONY THEATRE on Miami Beach. Hausmann is the book writer and director of “The Golem Of Havana.”

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Camila Gil: New Executive Director of the Amour Dance Theatre

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In 2021, CAMILA GIL was named the Executive Director of the Armour Dance Theatre of Miami.
“Armour Dance Theatre is a social justice organization whose goal is to address accessibility and inequity in the community,” says Ruth Wiesen, artistic director and outgoing executive director of Armour Dance Theatre.

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Kimberly Green: President of the Green Family Foundation

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A philanthropist, writer and documentary-filmmaker, KIMBERLY GREEN has led the Green Family Foundation (GFF) since 1997. Under her leadership, GFF has spearheaded a variety of initiatives in Haiti and in her native Miami.

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Paul Saltzman: Filmmaker, Photographer, Writer, Founder of Moving Beyond Prejudice

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PAUL SALTZMAN (b.1943) is a Canadian film and television producer and director. A two-time Emmy Award-recipient, he has been credited on more than 300 films, both dramas and documentaries. His most recent film is the feature documentary Meeting the Beatles in India.

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.Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month.

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In celebration of HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH, 2021, we have curated a group of video interviews from the Inspicio Arts archives with prominent Hispanics in the arts, who are connected to the Miami and South Florida areas.

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