Andrés Caballero a documentary filmmaker, journalist and public radioproducer. He co-directed The Interpreters, a 2020 Emmy Award-nominateddocumentary about Afghan and Iraqi interpreters targeted for their work with USforces, PBS/Independent Lens. He also co-directed Gaucho del Norte, AmericaReframed, 2015, a feature length documentary following immigrant sheepherdersin the western deserts and mountains of the US. Andrés produced An Act ofWorship for the “First 100 Days” series for Firelight Media/Field of Vision in 2017. Andrés is an ITVS, MacArthur Foundation and Tribeca FilmInstitute grantee. He is a former Firelight Media Lab/FRONTLINE fellow and hiswork has also appeared on NPR’s Latino USA, Morning Edition, StoryCorps, TheMarshall Project, and WNYC. He is a former NPR “Above the Fray” fellow, wherehe covered the civil war in the Central African Republic and filed stories fromCameroon. Andrés has a Master’s Degree from the Columbia Graduate Schoolof Journalism where he taught a radio journalism course in the spring of2018.