Fanny Véliz, is an award winning filmmaker and actress. She writes, directs and produces short and feature-length films. She has appeared on television shows such as Southland and independent films, like the cult favorite, Wassup Rockers.
Fanny is a citizen of both the United States and Venezuela and has created projects which offer new opportunities for Latino Americans to portray human characters with depth and texture beyond the stereotypes that are common in current entertainment faire. She has received several awards and recognitions for her work. Fanny attended the University of Colorado and is the mother of two delightful boys.
Her latest project is her award-winning feature film, Homebound, which aims to transform the conversation about Latinos in the media and offers a heartfelt human story about what it means to struggle with real problems in the United States. The film was made possible through crowd-funding campaigns as well as multiple fundraisers. It is currently touring the country with community screenings (put together through a platform called Tugg). It has screened in a dozen major cities.