Nicole Guillen 
Nicole Guillen is the filmmaker behind "Interrogated". 
She directed, produced, shot, and edited the film as her masters thesis at New York University's graduate news and documentary program. as a first time filmmaker, Nicole was eager to use her criminal justice and research background to inform her investigative reporting on this story. 
Nicole received a masters from NYU in documentary journalism, a bachelors of science in psychology, and bachelors of arts in criminology from the University of Florida. Her academic research on wrongful convictions has been published in journals such as the Albany Law Review and the American Psychology and Law Journal. She also presented her undergraduate thesis "Victims of Wrongful Conviction Require Increased Specialized Mental Health and Community Support" at the APLS 2022 conference. 
Nicole is passionate about reporting on social justice, criminal justice reform, and human rights issues. She aims to use the power of storytelling to educate the public on important issues while focusing on themes such as perseverance, understanding, and growth. She hopes to shed light where it’s needed while also investigating possible solutions to systemic problems within society.
Key collaborators
Marcia Rock | executive producer
Madison Anglin | composer
joss saltzman | composer

interrogation scene

Nicole Guillen | director
ziyi xu | assistant director
giorgio ghiotto | director of photography
Stephanie lemesianou | director of photography
Ziru Wang | director of photography
mia Dooley | script supervisor
Rhonda musak | actor
Santiago Derquin | actor

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