Victor Antillanca is a South American filmmaker from Santiago Chile currently in Kansas City. He has 10 + years of experience producing, directing, shooting, and editing documentary films, commercials, and extreme sports videos from concept to completion. At 15 he shot his first documentary "Vendedores Ambulantes" about the police persecution of the Alameda street vendors in downtown Santiago.
In 2020 he created Conception Video Magazine, an online video series that follows the print format of a magazine, featuring six Latin American filmmakers and the skateboarding communities of Chile, Mexico, the USA, and Canada.
His most recent work is "We Are Latinos" a documentary series for PBS featuring the Latino community of Kansas City which was screened at the Medallion Theater and broadcast in October 2022.
We Are Latinos - Kansas City PBS
We Are Latinos is a new documentary series exploring the rich culture of Kansas City's Latino Community.
"I'm very excited for Kansas City PBS audiences to see the incredible work that Victor has done with We Are Latinos," said Kliff Kuehl, president and CEO of Kansas City PBS. "It's an authentic, honest and visually arresting celebration of the Kansas City Latino Community."
Day of the dead (Dia de muertos) I Lalo
The people of Oaxaca and Kansas City explain why this celebration and tradition is important to them.
"Worked with Victor on a documentary for day of the dead, he worked on short notice, the result was beautiful! would work with him anywhere anytime!"
Juan Medina Founder at Lalo
A documentary film by Victor Antillanca featuring Miguel Salamnca
Diferencia Potencial features a profesional skater from Mexico City skating from Down Town Ciudad de México to his house in Santa Marta Acatlitla one of the most dangerous neighborhoods of the City. Despite his aggressive Mara Salvatrucha look he actually is a really good person and dedicates his life to skateboarding.